Granite State Quest 2019

Save the date of July 20, 2019 for the Granite State Quest!

Cancer in isolation is unthinkable, with family and friends it is bearable and with a community, you believe it is something you can beat. Join the Granite State Quest and ride to conquer cancer on Saturday, July 20.

About the Granite State Quest

  • Details for the 2019 Ride

    Date: Saturday, July 20, 2019
    Start and Finish: The Timberland Company – Stratham, NH
    Distance: 50 miles throughout southern New Hampshire

  • About the Granite State Quest

    The mission of the Granite State Quest is to raise funds to conquer childhood cancer. Partnering with the Massachusetts General Hospital, the funds raised by The Granite State Quest will be specifically directed towards pediatric cancer research developed and initiated by the Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Unit of the Mass General Hospital for Children. The MGH team has world-renowned experience in treating leukemia, lymphomas and brain tumors.

    Over the past 17 years, dedicated participants of the Granite State Quest have raised more than $1.6 million. Thanks to generous in-kind donations from many businesses, 100% of the funds raised by the riders has gone directly to pediatric cancer research and patient care at MGH.


 

More about the ride and the day

Starting and finishing at The Timberland Company in Stratham, New Hampshire, riders have the opportunity to bicycle 50 miles throughout southern New Hampshire. The route takes the riders along the beautiful NH coast and then inland up and down the rolling hills. Many riders return year after year to reconnect with new friends and riding partners – all committed to raising funds to help eliminate the terrible sting of cancer.

The day concludes with a post ride barbecue and celebration. Riders, volunteers and family members all gather to share stories of the day’s ride. While there may be a few aches and pains, the riders find great comfort in knowing that they have become members of the community that is needed to bridge the gap between the hope and the reality of finding a cure for cancer.

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