Ride For Wellness 2023
WELCOME TO THE 2023 RIDE FOR WELLNESS!
Join us on October 28th, 2023 for the 9th Annual Excel Rehab & Sports Ride for Wellness benefiting the Excel Foundation. The foundation was formed in 2014 to provide much-needed help and support to the most vulnerable in our communities. This is a FREE EVENT; however, we are accepting DONATIONS that will directly benefit health services for our community’s most vulnerable. So, join us and our amazing sponsors for an exciting day of cycling and fellowship. Thank you in advance for your trust and commitment to wellness in our community!
We welcome donations in support of the Excel Foundation with or without ride participation. Because of your support through the years, we have raised more than $20,000 through sponsorships and participation donations. Your financial support and participation have provided direct benefits to area communities.
Register early (before October 20th) with a donation of $35 or more and receive this year’s custom designed RIDE shirt & one FREE drink ticket, compliments of Keowee Brewing.
Registrations will also be accepted after October 20th through our online registration and the morning of the ride October 28th, between 8:00 – 8:30 am. We will accept cash and credit card donations the day of the event.
All rides, with lengths 20, 40 and 60 miles, will begin in Norton Thompson Park, Seneca SC at 9:00 a.m, October 28th and will wind through some of the most scenic and beautiful roads in the Upstate. The ride will end in Norton Thompson Park with Keowee Brewing Company nearby and ready to serve up fellowship, craft brews and eats on the patio!
As a ride participant you will receive one FREE drink ticket (voucher to be used on the day of the ride) a combo special that includes any menu item from the Kewoee Brewing expanded menu, PLUS a drink for $12.
We will gather, once again, at Keowee Brewing, enjoying downtown Seneca and time to connect with your cycling community!
Service to Community
The Excel Foundation provides support for local organizations engaged in the delivery of health and other services. It is a conduit for change that impacts accessibility and the quality of those services in our communities.