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September 28-30, 2018

2018 Tour de Pink East

September 28, 2018

Event Basics


The 2018 Tour de Pink East Coast three-day ride will begin Friday, September 28, in Hauppauge on Long Island, NY and finish on Sunday, September 30 on the north shore of Long Island at Sunken Meadow State Park. The one-day ride option is Saturday, September 29.

When: September 28 - 30, 2018
Where:   Long Island, NY
What: Three-day, 200-mile charity ride raising funds and awareness for young women affected by breast cancer
Rides: Three-day (metric and century options on Day 1) and one-day ride (Saturday, September 29)

Day Before the Ride

There is a mandatory packet pick-up and on-site registration for three-day riders on Thursday, September 27 from 4 - 8 p.m. at the Hyatt Regency Long Island in Hauppauge. All riders must check in at this time and pick up their packets, rider numbers, welcome bags and fundraising incentives.


Hotel rooms for three-day riders are included for Friday and Saturday nights. If you would like to stay at the Hyatt Regency the Thursday evening before the ride begins, you are responsible for making your own hotel reservation. See more on the Hotel & Meals page.

Route & Schedule

We've planned an amazing route! For a more detailed look at the daily schedule, and to view the Ride with GPS maps, check out the route page.

Day 0 - Thursday:   Mandatory three-day rider registration
Day 1 - Friday: Circuit loop: Hauppauge to North Fork
Day 2 – Saturday: Circuit loop: Hauppauge to Jones Beach
Day 3 - Sunday: Ride from Hauppauge to Sunken Meadow State Park, Kings Park, NY

Fundraising Minimums

When you register for Tour de Pink, your commitment is to yourself and to the Young Survival Coalition. Each 3-day rider must raise a minimum of $3,000 and will receive a Tour de Pink jersey. Each 1-day rider must raise at least $350 to participate, or $500 to receive a Tour de Pink jersey. All proceeds go to benefit the programs of the Young Survival Coalition. See our fundraising resources page.

One-Day Ride

There is a one-day ride option on Saturday, September 29. See more details here.

Getting Around

Read the Transportation page about how to get to the start, and get home from the ride finish. We also have information on how to ship your bike or rent a bike for the ride, and a Spectator page to show your friends and family where they can cheer you on along the route.


Don’t forget to read our comprehensive FAQ page if you have any questions.

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