Walk MS 2014, our 25th Anniversary Walk
Join the celebration!
Registration for all Walk sites opens at 8:30 am the mass start will take place at 10 am
Virtual Walker: For those of you who want to Join the Movement and create a world free of MS but are unable to attend the Walk, you can be a Virtual Walker! Virtual walkers will get all of the same benefits as our traditional walkers and will be able to win prizes based on their fundraising. We'll even send you an event t-shirt if you raise $100. To register, please choose a walk site, select Register as an Individual or Join a team and select the Virtual Walker Participation Type.
Calling all Volunteers:
For those of you who wish to support the cause in other ways we have a variety of Volunteer opportunities at all of the Walk sites. Please register as an Event Volunteer by clicking the link below. You may also want to visit the Volunteer Page for more information.
Which site will you be walking at?
Sunday, April 6, 2014
Narragansett: Start from Narragansett Pier School and stroll along the scenic sea wall while taking in the ocean-fresh air. (6.2 and 3 mile options)
Providence: Start from the RI Convention Center and walk through historic downtown Providence! (3 miles)
Saturday, May 3, 2014
Bristol: Start from Mount Hope High School and walk through historic Bristol and take in the stunning water views through Colt State Park. (6.2 miles)
The MS 25 Quick ride will again be held along side Walk MS on Sunday, April 6, 2013 in Narragansett. We'll be marking a sweet route along with Narragansett coast with the start/finish at Narragansett Peir School. You'll share the pre-ride and post-ride festivities with our MS Walkers. This is a fabulous chance to gather your team members and ride together before the 150. All the normal offerings will be present... rest stops, SAG support, bike shops, etc. There is a flat fee of $50 to register. As an added incentive, any MS 150 rider that registers for the MS 25 Quick Ride will get that $50 fee added to his/her prize total. Get more prizes for more miles of hard road... what could be sweeter?
For more information and to register