The 2nd Annual UHCCF Bridges of Hope Ride, the Official Chairman’s Ride of the Maryland Cycling Classic (MCC), is being postponed until 2022 to align with the MCC postponed announced earlier today.
“From the beginning, our aspirations have been a world-class professional cycling race in the state of Maryland,” said event Chairman John Kelly, a Baltimore-area business leader and President of Kelly Benefits Strategies. “You only have one chance to make a first impression, and we want to do things right. There are multiple factors in this difficult decision, mainly hinging on challenges post COVID from course development to guarantees of international athletes into the country. We will be back in 2022.”
All riders will be fully refunded, including the registration fee.
Details about the Maryland Cycling Classic postponement announcement can be found here.
Join us for the UHCCF Bridges of Hope Ride, presented by KELLY Benefit Strategies.
Come ride with us for the UnitedHealthcare Children’s Foundation (UHCCF) Bridges of Hope Ride presented by KELLY Benefit Strategies. Take in the sights and help some well-deserving kids get the medical treatment they need.
“The safety of guests is of utmost priority to UHCCF and we are committed to doing all we can to assure an enjoyable, safe event for all. UHCCF will adhere to state guidelines on gatherings and is partnering with our venue to apply appropriate safety and health precautions around social distancing and food service. We will offer guests complementary care kits including hand sanitizer and masks. We appreciate your continued support.”