Each year over 210,000 people in the United States are diagnosed with a primary or metastatic brain tumor – that’s over 500 people every day. On Sunday, May 20th , join 500 people affected by brain tumors, their friends, families and Country 102.5's Carolyn Kruse for the Boston Brain Tumor Ride. Riders will cycle 10, 25 or 50 miles through Boston's scenic western suburbs to raise awareness and vital funds to support the programs of the National Brain Tumor Society.  Click here to make a donation.  

Brain tumors are the second leading cause of cancer death in children under age 20. Only one out of three adults diagnosed with a malignant brain tumor today will be alive in five years. More so than any other cancer, a brain tumor can have life-altering psychological, cognitive, behavioral, and physical effects. Despite these facts, brain tumor research remains underfunded. National Brain Tumor Society works to meet the vast needs of the brain tumor community, and funds cutting-edge research that accelerates the discovery of new therapies to effectively treat brain tumors and improve quality of life.

About the Ride

As one of the National Brain Tumor Society's longest-running events, this year's Boston Brain Tumor Ride promises to be inspirational for all!
Check out the categories below for more information on a variety of helpful topics.

Day of Event Information - Looking for schedules, fees, maps, hotels, instructions and other participation details?  Ride Day Essentials has all that you need.

Frequently Asked Questions - Find a comprehensive and helpful list of answers to commonly asked questions about the Boston Brain Tumor Ride and use of the website.

Event History – Learn how the Ride began and has grown over the years.

About the National Brain Tumor Society