May
7
Sun
TD Five Boro Bike Tour @ New York, NY
May 7 all-day
TD Five Boro Bike Tour @ New York, NY

On the first Sunday in May, 32,000 cyclists of all skill levels come from around the world to roll through every borough of New York City on streets totally free of cars. For one day, the roads are yours, the bridges are yours, the City is yours—there’s no better way to experience the Big Apple. Produced in conjunction with the City of New York, the TD Five Boro Bike Tour Presented by REI is the largest charitable bike ride in the U.S., with proceeds funding our free bike education programs. Last year alone, we taught bike skills to more than 17,000 kids and adults. When you ride with Bike New York, you’re helping us in our mission to empower more New Yorkers to grab life by the handlebars.

 

Need an entry?

Sign up today and secure your FREE entry. Participants using an OAR entry to the event will be required to agree to a fundraising minimum of $1,000. Click HERE to join the team.

Have an entry?

OAR is also accepting team members who have their own entry. We encourage team members to set a fundraising goal of $500. Click HERE to join the team.

Team Benefits

  • RUN FOR AUTISM t-shirt and technical race tank
  • Fundraising guide
  • Team emails with training and fundraising tips
  • Personalized staff support
  • OAR finisher’s medal

Fundraising

All OAR team members who use a guaranteed charity entry to the TD Five Boro Bike Ride through OAR will be required to submit a fundraising agreement. By submitting your fundraising agreement, you are agreeing to a $1,000 fundraising minimum.

All fundraising is due one month after the race: June 7, 2017.

Aug
5
Sat
IRONMAN 70.3 Boulder @ Boulder, CO
Aug 5 all-day
IRONMAN 70.3 Boulder @ Boulder, CO

Join the TRI FOR AUTISM Team at IRONMAN 70.3 Boulder. Kicking off at the pristine Boulder Reservoir with its spectacular Rocky Mountain Backdrop. This event has been an athlete favorite for over a decade. IRONMAN 70.3 Boulder is one of the fastest IRONMAN events to sell out each year – Making it one of the most sought-after races in the country. The extremely fast course provides personal records for many, even our local professional field. Where else in the country can you race against the best in the world on their home training grounds?

Need a FREE entry?

Athletes who need entry can guarantee their spot in the race by joining the TRI FOR AUTISM team. Limited, FREE entries are available to athletes who meet the fundraising minimum. Click here to register.

Have an entry?
Athletes with their own entry can join the TRI FOR AUTISM team at any time and fundraise for OAR. There is no fundraising minimum or fee to be a part of the team. Click here to register.

Team Benefits

  • TRI FOR AUTISM Tri Jersey by Sugoi Performance Apparel
  • Technical Training Shirt
  • Fundraising Guide
  • TRI FOR AUTISM team e-mails with training and fundraising tips
  • Personalized staff support
  • OAR finisher’s medal

Fundraising

All TRI FOR AUTISM team members who use a guaranteed charity entry to IRONMAN 70.3 Boulder through OAR will be required to submit a fundraising agreement. By submitting your event registration, you are agreeing to a $2,500 fundraising minimum.

Athletes with their own entry are asked to raise $750 to receive all team benefits.

All fundraising is due one month after the race: September 5, 2017.

Sep
10
Sun
IRONMAN Wisconsin @ Madison, WI
Sep 10 all-day
IRONMAN Wisconsin @ Madison, WI

Join the TRI FOR AUTISM for IRONMAN Wisconsin, with small-town charm and plenty of personality, its tough to beat IRONMAN Wisconsin’s 75,000 cheering fans. In the bucolic college town of Madison, Wisconsin visitors can enjoy walks through the downtown area and the University of Wisconsin campus. State Street is bustling small-town destination, providing a range of restaurants, shops, and gallerias. The Madison Saturday farmer’s market gives athletes and their supporters yet another way to enjoy this rural location with big-city culture.

Need a FREE entry?
Athletes who need a entry can guarantee their spot in the race by registering through OAR for FREE. Team members using an OAR charity bib are required to meet the fundraising minimum ofr $5,000. Click here to register.

Have an entry?
Runners with their own entry can join the TRI FOR AUTISM team any time and fundraise for OAR. We encourage runners with their own entry to raise $1,250. Click here to register.

Team Benefits

  • TRI FOR AUTISM Tri Jersey by Sugoi Performance Apparel
  • Technical Training Shirt
  • Fundraising Guide
  • Personal Fundraising Page
  • Team e-mails with training and fundraising tips
  • Personalized staff support
  • OAR finisher’s medal

Fundraising

All TRI FOR AUTISM team members who use an OAR guaranteed charity entry to IRONMAN Wisconsin will be required to submit a fundraising agreement. By submitting your event registration, you are agreeing to a $5,000 fundraising minimum.

Runners with their own entry are asked to raise $1,250 to receive all team benefits.

All fundraising is due one month after the race: October 10, 2017.

 

Dec
31
Sun
DIY – Athletic Events
Dec 31 2017 @ 11:45 pm
DIY - Athletic Events

OAR is pleased to offer the DIY – Athletic Events program, which allows you to participate in any run, walk, triathlon or other event- anywhere, anytime, at any distance.

Simply sign-up for the race and start getting family, friends and others to sponsor you as you dedicate your athletic competition to raising funds for autism research.

Join the Team

1. Register for a race
This can be any race you want! If you don’t have a particular race in mind, just search for races in your area and find one that sounds good to you.

2. Sign up with OAR
You can register for the DIY – Athletic Events team here

3. Set-up your fundraising page
Share your story about why you decided to RUN FOR AUTISM. Make sure to add photos!

4. Start fundraising
Use social media and email to share your page with friends and family. You may want to consider making a donation to your page before you send it out so that people know you are serious about this cause.

Team Benefits

  • RUN FOR AUTISM t-shirt and race singlet
  • Personal staff support
  • RUN FOR AUTISM team e-mails with training and fundraising tips
  • OAR finisher’s medal

Fundraising

DIY – Athletic Events team members are encouraged to set their own fundraising goal. There is no “right” number; your commitment is what matters. Still, there is no harm in setting a lofty goal. You will likely be surprised by the number of people who will want to support you and this worthy cause.

If you are running a half or full marathon, consider setting a goal of $1,310 or $2,620 to match your mileage. Runners who raise $2,500 or more receive an OAR runner’s jacket as a special “thank you.”

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