The Long Island Bike Challenge
Long Island Bike Challenge donates
$22,000 to the Feinstein Institute for
Medical Research in 2014.
Registration for the 2015
Long Island Bike Challenge
is now open!!
Event Date: Sunday, August 2, 2015.
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register 2015 to begin.
Long Island Bike Challenge
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LIBC Mission: Conduct an annual charity bike to raise funds in
order to prevent, cancer, melanoma, and the major diseases that
affect large numbers of people. The ride is open to all cyclists
willing to take on the challenge of biking between 40 and 100
miles and raising money from their individual sponsors.

Proceeds from the event will benefit the Feinstein Institute for
Medical Research of the North Shore/LIJ Health Care System and
the more than 1,000 physicians and researchers from the North
Shore-LIJ Health System. State-of-the-art laboratories at the
Feinstein Institute provide the infrastructure needed to conduct
groundbreaking, disease-oriented research, and house the largest
genotyping facility in the state of New York.
The 2015 LIBC is dedicated to John Waluk who tragically
passed away shortly after the 2014 LIBC. John was a great
man; he rode in every LIBC and he will be missed. Please
honor his memory in support of his family by riding in the
2015 LIBC.   
The Long Island Bike Challenge is a registered
501c3 - an approved public charity as determined
by the IRS.
Donations can be made online at
Donate or by
check please remit to:
Long Island Bike Challenge
1366 Odell Street,
Wantagh, NY 11793
Want to sponsor an individual rider or team?
Click Sponsor a rider here
Did you know that Americans are the most
generous people in the world.

In fact, Americans have it in their DNA to be
philanthropic. Over
65% of Americans make a
charitable contribution each year. What does
this mean for LIBC riders? People do want to
support your efforts. Commit to riding in the
LIBC and you will achieve the fundraising goal
for this years event.