Team saca - Texas Ms 150
May 2-3, 2020
The San Antonio Cycling Alliance Team for the Texas MS 150 is open to all riders whether you are a new cyclist or have ridden the ride 30 times, you're invited to come ride with us. This is our first year and really want to lay a positive foundation. We have secured generous sponsorships for a team tent with sleeping accommodations at the Saturday overnight in La Grange.
Space will be limited so join today.
Team dues $45. This will include:
SACA Jersey - Primal Wear
Snacks and beer at the tent in La Grange
Team SACA t-shirt
Please note that the SACA MS 150 team member dues are in addition to the registration fee for the Texas MS 150 ride and your fundraising commitment as a participant in this ride.
Discount Code: TeamUp
About the new Texas Ms 150
Bike MS: Texas MS 150 is a two-day fundraising bike ride organized by the National Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Society. The ride is the largest event of its kind in North America, with 10,000 cyclists, 3,500 volunteers, and countless spectators along the route. This year, there is a new route featuring a new start in Austin, and a new finish line in College Station on the iconic Kyle Field. Join us in our mission to end MS.
The ride has many benefits, but the goal is never in doubt – to end Multiple Sclerosis for good. Each rider needs to raise at least $400 to ride in the Texas MS 150. It’s surprisingly easy to raise money for this important cause – a few emails and social media posts, and most riders find that they have no problem meeting the $400 goal. Your donations go to groundbreaking research and life-changing services for people affected by MS.
Date(s): May 2-3, 2020
Start/Finish Location: Austin or Houston to La Grange, then College Station
Fundraising Minimum: $400 per person
What is Included with your Registration:
Meals & Snack Stops - Saturday lunch and dinner; Sunday breakfast, lunch, dinner
Fully supported tour with mechanics, medics, and SAG
Transportation back to Austin (Chartered busses are available.)
General Information MS Website: MS 150 website