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May 20, 2018 | Farmers’ Market, Saratoga Springs, NY
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Registration opens at 7:30 a.m. on Sunday, May 20.

Join us after the ride or walk at Henry Street Taproom on Caroline Street.

A percentage of all food and drink purchased is donated to Team Billy.

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Please allow at least two weeks for donations that are mailed or turned in at the event to be added to your personal page total. Donations will continue to be accepted online after the event.





Welcome to the 19th Annual Team Billy Ride and Walk for Research taking place on Sunday, May 21, 2023, in Saratoga Springs, NY. There will be three bike ride distances of 50-, 25-, 10- miles starting at 8:30 AM. These rides take place throughout Saratoga County with the 50-mile course encompassing the historic Saratoga Battlefields. The 3-mile walk starts at 9:00 AM. The walk route covers the historic district of Saratoga Springs.

As you participate in the day or if you choose to create your own ride or walk, post your photos and/or videos to Instagram at @teambilly_org and the Team Billy Ride and Walk for Research Facebook page. Don’t forget to use #teambillyforresearch.

Team Billy contributes to the Billy Grey Research Chair and raises funds for brain tumor research. The grants are awarded annually through the National Brain Tumor Society. Team Billy has been successful in funding nearly $2,800,000 in grants.

National Brain Tumor Society supports volunteers in their efforts to gather safely in support of our mission if they choose to do so. By participating in an in-person, volunteer-led community event, all attendees agree to follow CDC guidelines as well as local and national mandates on gathering at all times. Event attendees willingly expose themselves to potential health risks, and NBTS is not responsible for adverse consequences related to the pandemic or otherwise.

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