AngelRide Overview

AngelRide: A unique, transformative athletic endurance experience.

AngelRide is one of New England’s premier charity bicycle rides, providing riders, volunteers, sponsors and donors with a two-day experience unlike any other.

From the athletic challenge of the 135-mile ride, to the camaraderie of the riders and volunteers, to the direct impact on the lives of children with serious illnesses, it’s easy to see why AngelRide has become a Memorial Day weekend tradition for so many.

Quick facts about AngelRide

  • Presented by Angel Charitable Trust, an all-volunteer 501(c)(3) non-profit
  • 100% of the rider donations benefit children with serious illnesses
  • Named for Angela “Angel” Uihlein, diagnosed with leukemia at age 12
  • Nearly $4 million raised since 2004
  • More than 375 riders and 350 volunteers each year
  • More than 6,000 annual donors and sponsors
  • Tax ID # 05-6138536

AngelRide timeline

  • 2004: The first AngelRide – 32 riders, supporting Hole in the Wall Gang Camp and financially distressed families of children with cancer
  • 2005: AngelRide profits provide a laptop to every child in Connecticut with cancer and the remaining funds go to the Hole in the Wall Gang Camp
  • 2007: Profits are dedicated to Hole in the Wall Gang Camp’s Hospital Outreach Program
  • 2012: $655,000 raised for the cause
  • 2013: AngelRide celebrates its 10th anniversary ride
  • 2013: Over $750,000 raised