Join us for the 8th Annual Timmy Belcher Memorial Rainbow Kidz Ride & Run!! This event includes a 5K, 10K and 1 mile fun run and 10mi/35mi/60mi cycling routes for cycling enthusiasts. 5K and 10K are professionally timed on a fully supported route. All cycling events are timed for personal benchmark only. All routes begin and end at Western Ave Baptist Church in Statesville.
April 27th- Packet Pick-Up- 5-7:00pm at
Western Ave Baptist Church- Statesville, NC
April 28th- Race Day
6:30am- Check-In & Day of Registration Begins
8:00am- All Riders Depart
8:15am- All Runners Depart
10:00am- Fun Run
Award presentation for Runners will be timed accordingly as the winning runners cross the finish line.
Don't miss out on our fantastic raffle items!! Everything from compression socks, cycling shorts to gift cards!!
Cyclist enthusiast can choose from a 10/35/60 mile bike ride and enjoy a scenic ride through North Iredell County. Cyclist will "Ride & Seek" picking up tickets at rest stops to be added to the pot to win a prize pack valued at $250! The longer the distance you ride, the more tickets you will receive!
Runners/Walkers can choose a 10K or 5K run through the beautiful neighborhoods surrounding Lakewood Park in Statesville, NC. All rides and the 10K and 5K are professionally timed through Blue Mountain Revival Productions, with real time results uploaded as you cross the finish line! Pull your race results up and print them to take with you, with our new kiosks! Personalize your own race bib and run in honor of someone special....or maybe you want to run in honor or your "new" self or that old pair of jeans that are now 2 sizes too small!
All proceeds will support Rainbow Kidz, a pediatric program of Hospice & Palliative Care of Iredell County. Rainbow Kidz supports patients and families who are dealing with a life limiting illness or have experienced the loss of a loved one. The fastest growing portion of this program is the Grief Groups offered in our local schools. This past year alone, we served more than 300 children in 30 schools throughout Iredell County. More than 50% were suffering the loss of a parent.