The 2021 PMC Winter Cycle is postponed and will be rescheduled for Spring 2021. Virtual rider registration is open and Fenway Park rider registration will reopen as soon as a new date is established. Read the full statement here.
Participating in the PMC Winter Cycle is a way to channel physical, mental and emotional energy into something much greater. PMC Winter Cycle participants empower their new year by using their strength to help those who cannot.
There are two different ways you can participate this year: You can ride outside at Fenway Park or at home on a stationary bike as a virtual rider! The PMC Winter Cycle and Fenway Park will follow all Boston public health regulations and guidelines by limiting large groups and practicing safe social distancing. The PMC Winter Cycle will be held pending City of Boston and public health approval.
The personal success achieved by participating in the PMC Winter Cycle and raising money for Dana-Farber Cancer Institute is the ideal start to a new year. Regardless of their physical condition, those who participate in the PMC Winter Cycle begin the year with an emotional commitment to helping others, while joining in an effort much larger than themselves. In return, they experience a powerfully inspiring event, make new friends, and empower their new year.
To register for the PMC Winter Cycle and ride at Fenway Park, there is a $50 non-refundable registration fee and a $1,000 fundraising minimum per session. The PMC Winter Cycle will be following safe social distancing practices and therefore space will be extremely limited on site; there are currently only 50 bikes per session.
To register as a virtual rider and ride at home, there is a $25 non-refundable registration fee and a $100 fundraising minimum. All five 45-minute sessions will be streamed live from Fenway!
*You must be at least 18 years old at the time of the event to participate in the PMC Winter Cycle at Fenway Park.