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Set the Pace to End Cancer.

Paceline is a casual, fun bike ride, and there is a place for everyone to be involved. Ride Weekend brings the Paceline community together to celebrate the year-long efforts to raise awareness and funds for cancer research through a celebratory weekend of cycling, food, and entertainment. 100% of all fundraising supports innovative cancer research at the Georgia Cancer Center at Augusta University.

Every October, we hold our signature event, "PaceDay," to celebrate these efforts together, centered around a fun bike ride designed for all - a way to experience the southern countryside in safety with a finish-line party to share with loved ones.

Routes

The Cyber City Circuit is a closed, 1-mile loop around the finish zone that riders can enjoy. This route is family-friendly for younger riders (10+) and those less familiar with cycling.

The Hammer & Nail 25 Mile may seem intimidating to people who are not cyclists, but this route is designed for precisely those folks! This route is perfect for the beginner rider, with little climbing, support vehicles, and rest stops.

The Funky 50 Mile is recommended for moderately experienced riders. This route is perfect for the intermediate rider with moderate climbing, SAG vehicle support, and rest stops.

The Southern Soul 70 Mile is recommended for experienced riders. There is relatively moderate climbing, SAG vehicle support, and rest stops along the route. 

 

2022 Route Maps

Unchained

By being Unchained, you can virtually be part of Paceline from any location. Unchained Paceliners do not have to ride or volunteer during PaceDay. They simply focus on fundraising for research at the Georgia Cancer Center!

As part of the Paceline community, Unchained Paceliners are given VIP access to the Opening Ceremony party.

Paceline Pal

Do you want to fundraise for your team but aren't going to be in town for PaceDay? Paceline Pals are fundraisers without access to Opening Ceremony, PaceDay, or the swag that comes with those events.