The mission of the Freedom Ride is to raise awareness about human trafficking and to move people to action in their own communities.
The Freedom Ride Project is a 501C3, with the mission to raise awareness about human trafficking and move people to action in their own communities. We do this through the Freedom Ride Events, such as the Freedom Ride 2016, which raise awareness and support our non-profits partners engaged in the fight against human trafficking.
The Freedom Ride 2016 is a 15-day bike ride covering about 1500 miles from Bend, Oregon to Newport Beach, California from September 10 to 24, 2016. The course winds through beautiful back roads and hills in Oregon, then follows the ocean along the Pacific Coast to finish in Newport Beach. Awareness events take place in designated towns along the route.
Riders can register for the entire ride, for segments of the ride or for individual days.
Fourteen days of riding ranging from 60 to 120 miles each, with two rest days.
Two day ride covering about 150 miles from Bend to Oakridge, OR, with a special event at the Westfir Lodge in Oakridge, OR.
Two day ride from Santa Barbara through Los Angeles end with a finish line party in Newport Beach, CA.
The Freedom Ride 2016 promises stunning scenery, the joy of overcoming personal challenges with the encouragement of others, new friends and camaraderie, fun events, like white water rafting, and the opportunity to impact our world for good.
Come be part of a community of riders who are making a difference in the world, one mile at a time!