Become a Rider
Read the information below carefully. If interested, fill out this form and we will contact you to set up a phone call to answer any questions you have! Note that you do not have to be a medical student to be a rider – friends and family are welcome!
In order to plan accordingly for the ride, the deadline to join Ride for World Health for 2020 is November 15, 2019. All riders will need to make a $150 deposit to confirm their spot, which will count toward their fundraising goal. Their deposit can be reimbursed once the rider reaches their fundraising goal.
Of note, however, we never want fear of fundraising to be the reason someone cannot participate. Please reach out to one of the leaders to figure out a plan if you don’t think you’ll be able to make the goal.
Ride for World Health consist of various leadership roles.
To be considered for next year’s R4WH leadership, fill out this form by April 28, 2019.
National Team Riders assist the Leadership Team in planning and implementing the Ride. National Team Riders are each responsible for meeting their fundraising goal of $1 per mile and participating in the full span of The Ride.
R4WH understands that some potential riders may not be able to participate in the full cross-country ride. For this reason, R4WH is happy to accept applications from those who are interested in joining us for any length of time. Portion Riders are each responsible for meeting their fundraising goal of $1 per mile.
If you have any questions regarding these positions, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ride for World Health seeks to improve the health of all people. As such, Ride For World Health, in accordance with applicable State and Federal Laws, does not discriminate based on the basis of age, race, national origin, religion, gender, gender identity, pregnancy, disability, age, medical condition, ancestry, marital status, sexual orientation, status as a veteran or disabled veteran, and also prohibits any form of sexual harassment. This policy covers all aspects of the organization; including, but not limited to, participation as a team member, guest cyclist, or volunteer, as well as access to any programs, activities and events.