Online registration for the REC bike to hope event is now closed. Registration is still available at the event. Check in for the Metric Century Ride starts at 7 AM at Penngrove Park (11800 Main Street, Penngrove CA). Check in for the Half Metric Century Ride starts at 8:30 AM (11800 Main Street, Penngrove CA). If you'd like to view the routes please do so here. If you have further questions about the event please email Mindy Finkelstein at mfinkelstein@coh.org or call 818-802-3053. We look forward to seeing you at the event!

Penngrove Park | Penngrove, CA
October 21, 2016 | 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Penngrove Park
Penngrove, CA
October 21, 2016
7 a.m. to 3 p.m.

City of Hope's Northern California Real Estate & Construction Council
5th Annual Bike to Hope

Cycling to fight against cancer, diabetes and other life-threatening illnesses.

 

The Real Estate & Construction Council (REC) was founded in 1986 when a banquet was arranged by a group of real estate and construction industry leaders to honor Dan Costello, Bank of America's former executive vice president of its corporate real estate division.

Throughout its history, the Real Estate & Construction Council has brought together a cross section of industries representing real estate and construction professionals, brokers, building owners, developers and consultants on behalf of a single philanthropic goal: supporting the lifesaving treatment and compassionate care of City of Hope. To date, the Real Estate & Construction Council has raised more than $7 million for City of Hope making this industry alliance one of the premier fundraising groups in the region.

Join us on Friday, October 21, 2016 for the 5th Annual Bike to Hope in Penngrove, CA. The two route options allow for an intermediate or challenging experience and both rides concluding at Penngrove Park for Brews, BBQ, and music featuring The Bleeding Fingers.

Together
We Have Raised

$69,619

We've reached 35% of our $200,000 goal!

Help us transform the future of health

Top Participants

  1 -  Bruce Dorfman ($15,750.00)
  2 -  Personal Donation Stephanie Harland ($4,001.00)
  3 -  Personal Donation Alyosha Verzhbinsky ($3,445.00)
  4 -  Personal Donation Peter Cracknell ($2,660.00)
  5 -  Personal Donation Ben Shemuel ($1,648.00)

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Top Teams

  1 -  Alameda Point Partners ($16,145.00)
  2 -  TEECOM | FME Architecture + Design ($11,919.00)
  3 -  SB Architects ($6,495.00)
  4 -  Veni. Vidi. Velo. ($6,195.00)
  5 -  Brereton Architects ($4,126.00)

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Thank You to Our Sponsors

PRESENTING SPONSORSHIP

Hudson Pacific Properties  SB Architects Logo

GRAN SPONSORSHIP

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MEDIO SPONSORSHIP

Alameda Point Partners   Bishop-Ranch-Sunset   Brereton Architects   hensel phelps Kilroy McLarney   pankow   Plant Construction

PICCOLO SPONSORSHIP
 

ACCO Engineered Systems
AXIS Architecture + Design
BEUMER Corporation
Colliers International: Soma Team
Power Engineering Construction Co.

Faller Real Estate
FME Architects
McCarthy Building Company
Murphy Burr Curry
Romak Iron Works
TEECOM
WCI-GC Commercial Construction
WRNS Studio

COPPIA SPONSORS

Comerica
Cushman & Wakefeld
Webcor 
 

MEDIA SPONSORSHIP

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