Registration is Now Open for Rock to Rock 2020 -- Taking Place April 25th!
Early Bird Registration will continue through our launch party in mid-February -- so sign up today! We need YOU for the 50th Earth Day celebration -- coming at a time when we all need to step up to respond to the climate emergency, and work together to build a green, healthy, just, welcoming community.
On April 27, 2019, 1200+ people rode for climate solutions, raising $236,000 -- a Rock to Rock record! We are so, so grateful to all of you who made Rock to Rock possible. In 2018, 1,300 riders raised $227,000 for 34 local organizations. Over the last 11 years, we've raised $1.75 million -- all to grow a greener, healthier, more just community. Let's see what we can do together in our 12th year on the road!
Support Our Local Environment
When you collect pledges, you choose to support any one of two dozen great organizations, all working to create a greener and healthier community. YOU DECIDE! Check out all the 2019 Rock to Rock partners.
Your registration fees support the organizing partners who make Rock to Rock run: Common Ground, Urban Resources Initiative, New Haven-Leon Sister City Project, and New Haven Parks Department.
Explore New Haven By Bicycle
Rock to Rock is New Haven's biggest Earth Day celebration. You and about a thousand of your neighbors travel from West Rock and East Rock, with celebrations on both sides of the city. Along the way, eat tasty food, hear great music, and explore our city's parks and neighborhoods. Learn more.
All Are Welcome
Families and college students, serious riders and weekend warriors are all part of Rock to Rock. Join our rock band! Register now. Most riders choose to take our 5-mile family parade route.
Looking for a challenge? Take our 12-mile, 20- mile, 40-mile, or metric century routes. Have a little kid in tow? Join us for part of the ride. If you are riding with someone under 18, or are under 18 yourself, read more information.
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2019 Lead Sponsors
A huge thanks to all our top sponsors.
Julie E. Peters, MD