For Riders

For Riders

If you've registered for the Watershed Ride, this is your headquarters for important information. Here you'll find fundraising tips, training rides, and other helpful details to help you prepare. We can't wait to see you on October 3!

Social Distancing

Distance is built into this event, and the 2020 Watershed Ride was staged without a hitch. Find out more about the precautions we plan to take in 2021 to keep riders, fans, volunteers, and staff safe. Read about our plans ›

Schedule & Directions

Find out start times for the Watershed Ride and get directions to the start lines and the finish line. Here, you'll also find information on parking and convenient shuttle services between the start and finish lines. Get schedule and directions ›


Fundraising is simple if you approach it with enthusiasm and a positive outlook! We’ve worked with hundreds of event participants to help them achieve and exceed their fundraising goals. Together, participants like you have raised over a million dollars over the last 15 years to protect clean water in Buzzards Bay. Read fundraising tips ›


As with any athletic endeavor, it's a good idea to train for the Watershed Ride. Training will help you complete the Watershed Ride safely and in your best possible time. Check out our tips for training and join us for a training ride this summer! Start training ›

The Day of the Watershed Ride

This page includes all the details you need to know on the day of the Watershed Ride: where to go, what to bring, how to dress, and what to do in case of an emergency. Prepare for the day of the Ride ›

Thank you to our 2021 sponsors!

First Citizens Federal Credit Union South Coast Almanac The Valle Group