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The Next Lifeline100 is October 7, 2018!

2018 Earlybird Registration is OPEN!

2017 was a record-setting success with 861 registrants, more than 100 volunteers and over 30 sponsors!    Visit for photos and rider comments and click for more great photos from the Severna Park Voice !   

The 2017 event generated a record $33,000 for non-profit beneficiaries…scroll down for details and pictures!


 Walk-in registration and packet pickup open Saturday, Oct. 6 at 12-2pm and Sunday, Oct. 7 starting at 6:15AM at the Kinder Farm Park Visitor Center.   Click HERE for more details!

Already registered?   Print and download your (preliminary for 2018)  routes, cue sheets, GPS files and Ride Day Information .   We encourage Saturday packet pickup (one can pick up for others) and carpool or ride to the Sunday start if you live nearby.

Click HERE for Walk-in Registration Details!

We’ll also have a limited number of Men’s and Women’s jerseys for sale at $50 so come in Saturday before they go!    Cash, credit card or check accepted.


New Lifeline100 jerseys, shorts, windbreakers,  vests and more are now available in various styles and Men’s/Women’s sizes.    Click now for DETAILS!

The 2017 annual Anne Arundel County Lifeline100 was a great success with a record 861 registered, over 100 volunteers, more than 25 sponsors, $33,000 raised for local non-profits and beautiful weather, scenery, food and support!

For great pictures , click HERE  


The annual Lifeline100 is hosted by a partnership of Anne Arundel County Police, Anne Arundel County Recreation & Parks and Bicycle Advocates for Annapolis & Anne Arundel County (“BikeAAA”, a 501c3 promoting safe cycling).   All proceeds go to Anne Arundel county non-profits as described further below.

Here’s what one happy cyclist wrote to us after the ride:   “I had an awesome time at this ride.  It was my first 100 miler and I was impressed start to finish with the organization, volunteer enthusiasm,  support, rest stops, and everything else that made it such an excellent ride. See you next year!”


The Lifeline100 at Kinder Farm Park in Millersville, MD  offers a unique organized ride experience for cyclists of all ages and abilities with scenic 100 and 65 mile routes on road and paved trail; and 30 and 15 mile routes on paved trail only.   Thanks to our generous sponsor Prophasys,  riders with special needs and their accompanying rider can register at a special 2 for 1 rate.


  The 30 and 65 mile routes also have some options to shorten or lengthen your ride depending on how you feel  that day!  The 100 and 65 mile routes wind throughout scenic Anne Arundel County including views of downtown Annapolis,historic State House, Severn River, Chesapeake Bay, rural southern Anne Arundel County, BWI/Marshall airport and more!


Children can learn bike safety at the free children’s Bike Rodeo provided by Anne Arundel County Police Bike Patrol.     Partners  Bike Doctor Annapolis, Bike Doctor Arnold, Bike Doctor Crofton, Cycle Mill and Parvilla Cycle & Multisport will be  on board to provide bike tech support at the start and  at rest stops.

Special Non-profit Partners Riding the Lifeline100

If you are interested in riding and fundraising for one of these important groups, follow the instructions below.   If you are affiliated with a non-profit and would like to use Lifeline100 as a fund-raiser, please email .     You don’t have to be an experienced distance cyclist!   You can ride the 15 or 30 mile all-paved-trail routes at any pace you like or the 65 or 100 mile scenic road routes!



To register as a rider for local non-profit partner Rise for Autism, please click HERE.



To register as a rider  for  Susan G. Komen Maryland, please designate “Komen” as your team name when you register and to make your separate donation  to support breast health and research, please click HERE.

 $33,000 For Non-Profits!

The 2017 Lifeline100 distributed checks to  non-profit beneficiaries at the November 2017 BikeAAA Annual Meeting in Annapolis.

All net proceeds are donated each year to county nonprofit organizations.  This year’s record proceeds of $33,000 is up from $21,000 in 2016 thanks to a 20% increase in participants and a big jump in sponsorships including $10,000 from Prophasys, and $2,500 from Maryland Live.  The sponsorship from Prophasys facilitated more outreach to cyclists with special needs including cyclists and supporters from Special Olympics, Rise for Autism and others with adaptive bikes.  The following awards were made on November 16, 2017 at the BikeAAA Annual Meeting at Pirate’s Cove Restaurant (a four-year rest stop sponsor) in Galesville:
  • Anne Arundel Crisis Response System  $11,000
  • Recreation Deeds for Special Needs  $9,000
  • Friends of Anne Arundel County Trails  $1,000
  • Friends of Kinder Farm Park  $1,000
  • Rise for Autism iCan! Shine Bike Camp  $2,500
  • Bicycle Advocates for Annapolis & Anne Arundel County (“BikeAAA”)  $8,500


The iCan! Shine Bike Camp hosted by Rise for Autism each summer teaches children with special needs to ride a two-wheel bike over 5 days (More at–bike-camp-2017).


To learn about Sponsorship, click HERE

We thank our wonderful 2017 sponsors:







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The Lifeline 100 Century Ride offers a unique organized ride experience for cyclists of all levels with 100 and  65 mile road/paved trail routes as well as 30 and 15 mile all-paved-trail routes     We also welcome the entire community to the Make Health Happen Community Health Fair at Kinder Farm Park with representatives from the Healthy Anne Arundel Coalition.

October 1, 2017 – Start/Finish at Kinder Farm Park, Millersville,  MD

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Ride Beneficiaries – Local Non-Profit Organizations

Anne Arundel Crisis Response System

The mission of the Anne Arundel County Mental Health Agency, Inc. (AACMHA) Crisis Response System is to provide leadership and collaboration for planning, monitoring, and managing of a comprehensive continuum of mental health care to eligible residents of all ages.

Recreation Deeds for Special Needs

Our mission is to enhance the well being and quality of life of all Anne Arundel County residents by providing recreational opportunities to all citizens including those with challenges or obstacles due to disabilities, financial difficulties or environmental barriers.

Bicycle Advocates for Annapolis & Anne Arundel County

Our mission is to create a healthier, more livable Annapolis and Anne Arundel County by promoting bicycling for transportation, recreation and fitness; advocating for better bicycling conditions and transportation choices; and educating children, adults, and motorists about safe bicycling.

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