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UHCCF Century Ride

United Health Care Children’s Foundation (UHCCF) Century Ride 2024

Each year this beloved cycling event brings UnitedHealth Group executive leaders and partners together in support of UnitedHealthcare Children’s Foundation (UHCCF). The Children’s Foundation provides grants to families to provide healthcare access for children. This year’s goal is to raise over $850,000 to support children when they need it most. 

Century Ride sponsors enjoy brand recognition among industry leaders and networking opportunities with key decision makers all while making a difference in the lives of children.

Become a Century Ride Sponsor and help us raise $850,000 to fund more than 700 medical grants!

Event Details

Pre-Ride Social – Friday, July 19th, 2024
Sponsors, UHG leadership, and riders will enjoy a cocktail hour at Optum Campus. Enjoy the opportunity network in an intimate environment prior to the ride and experience a mission moment from a grant family supported by UniteHealthcare Children’s Foundation and see how your dollars are making a real difference in the lives of families. 

Ride Day – Saturday, July  20th, 2024
Cyclists and guests will enjoy a festive atmosphere with a DJ and breakfast to kick off the ride! Guests and volunteers will send them off with the sounds of cheers and ringing cowbells! Guests are invited to watch their riders progress through the route on the big screen while they socialize and kick-back in the sponsored lounge. Cyclists will be welcomed back with a finish-line photo, catered lunch, bar, and more cheers and cowbells!

Both the Century (100-miles) and Metric-Century (62-miles) routes run along beautiful Lake Minnetonka and over the rolling hills of Delano.

Launch Box:
All cyclists receive a launch box ahead of the ride. Inside riders will find the official ride jersey, and other swag for cyclists to enjoy on and off the bike!    


Jul 20 2024


All Day

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