Fall Bike Ride

Our 30th annual Ride for Sight will be Sunday, October 28, 2018.     Register Now

25- and 50-mile rides begin and end at Riverboat Bingo at Prehab of Arizona parking lot (the far west end),  183rd Ave & Bell Rd, Surprise, Arizona.

The ride route goes west on Bell Road from Riverboat Bingo. Bell Road becomes Sun Valley Parkway, which is a divided four-lane roadway, and continues on behind the White Tank Mountains, almost to interstate 10. (Click to see a map of the Ride Route.)

You may choose to ride 25 miles (turnaround at 12.5-mile rest stop), 50 miles (turnaround at 25-mile rest stop), or pick your own distance and turnaround spot. Then return to Riverboat Bingo, where we will provide lunch.

 $30 advance fee,  $35 day of the ride.  Children 12 and under ride for free with 2 adult registrations.  Check-in begins at 7:00am.
50-mile riders leave at 7:30am; 25-mile riders leave about 8:00am.

Sag Wagon support                      Clean desert air
End of ride food                             Rest stops with refreshments
Ride T-shirt or Medallion   

Cash Raffle – $100 First Prize – $50 Second Prize
1 ticket included with each paid registration
Additional tickets $1 each or 6 for $5      

Register Now     Questions? Email us or call John (623-330-1747) or Ken (602-966-4382)

For almost 60 years, the Phoenix Breakfast Lions have provided eye exams and eye glasses to needy school children in the area bounded by McDowell Road to the River Bottom, Central Avenue to 40th Street. Each year we provide over 100 exams and glasses. The need is great. Your participation in this “Ride for Sight” helps us meet the demand and is very much appreciated.

Can’t join us for the Ride, but still want to promote our good cause? Donations are greatly appreciated and help support our sight conservation efforts.

The Phoenix Breakfast Lions Club is a § 501(c)4 non-profit civic organization, financed through funds raised from members of the public, and operated exclusively for the promotion of social welfare. However, we are not a “charitable organization” as defined by the IRS § 501(c)3 and donations made to our club are not deductible for federal income tax purposes.