5th Annual Ride 2 End Suicide

September 12, 2020 @ 8:00AM — 1:00PM Eastern Time (US & Canada)

Charity Bike Ride and Fundraiser Lunch

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Join us on September 12, 2020 for the 5th Annual RIDE 2 END SUICIDE

There are currently no tickets available for this event, but you can still make a donation.

Update on the 2020 Ride 2 End Suicide: We are closely following the state guidelines for group gatherings, as we prepare for the 5th annual Ride 2 End Suicide.

As of July 29, Executive Order 2020-160 limits outdoor gatherings to 100.

This means we are SOLD OUT for the “On Site” event at the Capital Banquet Center.

However, we have added a VIRTUAL registration option, so that you can ride along with us, and support the 2020 Ride from home, in your neighborhood, or on your favorite stretch of trail!. This year, many people are experiencing mental distress, and your support is needed more than ever.

When you choose the VIRTUAL Ride, you will still have the option to receive the event shirt and/or jersey, and be entered to win one of the raffle prizes.

IMPORTANT REMINDERS: June 30 is the deadline to order the 2020 Ride Jersey. August 1 is the deadline to register and receive the Ride T-Shirt.

Thank you, and please register now to join us, and get ready to Ride 2 End Suicide!


Enjoy a ride on the beautiful Macomb Orchard Trail, and support suicide prevention awareness and crisis intervention in our community.

The Ride will start and end at Capital Banquet Center, located on 31 Mile Road in Washington, MI. The Ride route is 15 miles out and back on the trail from Washington to Richmond (30 miles total distance).

Riders can turn around at any point, based on their fitness level.

All proceeds from this event will support these organizations:

KnowResolve is dedicated to promoting mental health and preventing youth suicide through outreach, advocacy and education. Since 2007, KnowResolve has spoken to over 130,000 students about: suicide risk factors, warning signs for suicide, never keeping thoughts of suicide a secret, how to connect those who are struggling to available resources, and healthy coping skills.

Common Ground has been helping people move from crisis to hope for over 45 years. Dedicated to helping runaway and homeless youth, victims of crime, people with mental illness, and others in critical situations, Common Ground is a lifeline for Oakland, Wayne and Genesee County residents.

Please sign up or donate today, to support RIDE 2 END SUICIDE's mission:
  • to fund those who take an active role in local suicide prevention
  • to connect those suffering with available resources
  • to bring awareness and prevention programs to students
  • to honor a loved one lost to suicide
  • to give hope to others, and help them find their smile