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The Texas Mamma Jamma Ride is a 501(c)(3) non profit organization.
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Join us October 26, 2013!
The Mamma Jamma is a ride not a race and there is a distance suitable for all skill levels. Whether you ride 13 miles or 100 miles, you will start at Reuinion Ranch Northwest of Austin, and wind your way through the beautiful Texas Hill Country supported from start to finish with rest stops, food to duel the journey, and fans to cheer you on. The Ride is about challenging yourself, having fun, and raising funds critical to providing much needed breast cancer services in our local community. Once you cross the finish line, plan on staying and enjoying the festivities that include lunch, live music, and vendor booths.
it began in 2009, the Mamma Jamma Ride has raised 1.8 million dollars
to help provide breast cancer services in Central Texas. Let's double
that in the next four years. ARE YOU IN?!
Preparing For The Ride
We don’t ask anyone to ride 100 miles without preparing them first. Beginning in June, Mamma Jamma will have fully supported training rides every weekend. Rides alternate Saturday and Sunday, are free of charge and open to anyone. Volunteers from our beneficiary organizations provide SAG and will be at every ride with drinks, snacks, pick-up service, and a healthy dose of why we do the Mamma Jamma Ride. We offer beginner clinics as well as routes and lengths of varying difficulty for all types of riders. Every route has three volunteers who accompany riders to make sure that no one is left behind.
How We Help
Like your money staying in your community? So do we! Our beneficiaries are all local and serve our neighbors here in Central Texas, providing everything from diagnosis to counseling and medication for thousands living with breast cancer. Funds raised through the ride help
- insure that people without insurance have access to treatment
- provide volunteers who help and guide people struggling with breast cancer every step of the way
- fund free exercise and nutrion classes for people who have had breast cancer
- provide one-on-one mentors who have been through breast cancer themselves to help those newly diagnosed
- help children receive counseling and an age appropriate understanding of what happens when a parent goes through cancer treatment and much more
Getting Involved is Easy
There are many ways to help and no matter which one you choose you’ll feel good and have a great time knowing you are part of this community of caring: Visit the Get Involved page to see ways you can help.