The New England Council of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
BREAK THE CYCLE OCTOBER 15, 2017
 
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The New England Council of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

Sharon Weinstein, MD Chair Continuing Medical Education NECCAP
and
Professional Risk Management Services (PRMS) 
 
Are pleased to sponsor a
Break The Cycle Ride(s)!
An AACAP Cycling Event
 
October 15, 2017
107 Pelham Road (near Landham Road), Sudbury, MA
Rides  start at 8 AM and 10 AM - 12:30 or 1
After Party 12:30 
 
See below for information and registration! 

You may register to be a rider or just join us for the after party at the home of Bruce Black in Sudbury, MA.

Everyone attending the after party must be pre-registered.  There will be no walk ins the day of the party.   

Please see below for routes.  There will be more information following from AACAP for those that wish to ride/form teams/donate to a rider/team 

BTC Rider @ $10 per person for after party

After Party non-rider @ $25 per person.  You must be registered to attend the after party.

Two rides of different lengths on lovely west suburban roads at a beautiful time of year, leaving from and returning to 105 Pelham Island Rd (near Landham Road) in Sudbury.  Both rides will be at a moderate pace, and no riders will be left behind!

 

25 mile ride, leaving at 10 AM, looping through Sudbury, Wayland, and Lincoln.  Expected to return to the starting point around 12:30 to 1 PM.

 

50 mile ride, leaving at 8:15 AM, looping through Sudbury, Wayland, Lincoln, Concord, Carlisle, and Acton.  Expected to return to the starting point around 12:30 to 1 PM.

Children are caught in a cycle of limited access to care, delayed treatment, and worsening illnesses. This summer Dr. Andrés Martin will cycle from Washington State to Washington, DC, leading a ride to raise awareness of the challenges faced by children and adolescents with mental illnesses. 

Support our event in Boston on October 15. 


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