Ride to Unite on September 3, 2022 was a smashing success, despite the rain drops that joined participants shortly after the start. A huge thanks to everyone, including racer champions, who showed up in less than ideal conditions. We’ll see you next year!

Maria Larkin, Ride to Unite spokesperson and Irish National Cyclocross Champion, making comments before the ride.

One of Delta Gamma Center's tandems with the captain in front and stoker in back. Delta Gamma Center provides services to blind and visually impaired children and their families. The cycling team is called Tandem Adventurers and their program is very mature, and a model for other communities.

Delta Gamma Center Tandem with the captain upfront and stoker in the back. Go Mike and Clair!

Shows a rider walking his bike past a group of friends who came out to support him. They're holding signs that say, "go Darius."

Friends supporting friends –  a rider is walking by a group of friends who are holding signs and cheering him on.

This is a photo of a woman on a recumbent tandem trike with her family/friends behind her. Everyone is happy and smiling.

Cool recumbent tandem trike with an adaptive cyclist and her family

This photo shows the Ride to Unite participants just starting out at the beginning of the ride, under the start/finish line

Cyclists just starting the Ride to Unite

Photo of a tandem with the captain dressed up as Santa and with a blind stoker (the person in the rear seat)

Santa and Josh riding a tandem

Photo of Ride to Unite participants, including a young man on a trike, some family members and a racer. On the right you can see one of Delta Gamma Center's tandems

Participants of all kinds enjoying the ride