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ShoreRivers

Ride for Clean Rivers

Shore Rivers (formerly Midshore Riverkeeper Conservancy) is excited to host the 2018 14th Annual Ride for Clean Rivers.  Last year, over 400 riders took to the backroads roads of Maryland's Eastern Shore of Maryland, enjoying the scenic rivers and supporting our efforts to restore and protect these irreplaceable resources.  You can be a part of this event too!  You can register to ride, sponsor a rider or a team, be a sponsor or sponsor a rest stop.  Out of town that weekend, but want to support.  To donate directly to the ShoreRivers Team click, HERE.  

Thank you to everyone for making the 14th Annual Ride for Clean Rivers a great event!  

Sponsor A Team

If You Have A Team In Mind...

Click here to view the directory of current Teams, and select one that you would like to sponsor.

Sponsor A Rider

If You Have A Rider In Mind...

Click here to view the directory of current Riders, and select one that you would like to sponsor.

Corporate Sponsorships

Looking to become a sponsor or sponsor a rest stop? ShoreRivers welcomes corporate and business sponsors for the 14th Annual Ride for Clean Rivers .  As a sponsor, your business receives recognition on Facebook, the ShoreRivers website, thank you in the local media, and ShoreRivers' Advocate newsletter. Sponsors have the opportunity to have their logo featured on the official event tee-shirt, event posters and other marketing materials, and logos on start and finish line signs.  

Last year, over 400 riders joined us and took to the country roads of Maryland's Eastern Shore, all in support of protecting and restoring the Midshore rivers. If you are interested in being a sponsor this year, please contact Eleanor Nelson by calling (443) 385-0511 or email her at enelson@shorerivers.org.

ShoreRivers

ShoreRivers is a non-profit organization dedicated to the restoration and protection of the Chester River, Choptank River, Eastern Bay, and the Miles, Sassafras and Wye Rivers. The organization strives to provide education, outreach, and restoration programs that promote environmental awareness of the essential role these rivers and streams play in the community, of the issues that threaten their health and vitality, and of the solutions that must be implemented to preserve them.