Join us for the 2014 ride!
The Sandy Springs Booty Loop will come alive again with a host of cancer fighters. 24 Hours of Booty Atlanta will celebrate its fifth annual event and host 500+ riders who will raise more than $350,000 for cancer research and survivorship.
The Booty Loop is located in Sandy Springs' Mount Vernon Woods neighborhood. At the center of it all is Bootyville, our own little city, which serves as the event headquarters during the 24 hours at Mount Vernon Presbyterian School. Established in 1972, Mount Vernon serves students in Preschool through Grade 12 and is located on 37 acres in the heart of Sandy Springs.
Riders set up campsites and canopies where they can sleep, or more importantly, rest and relax with friends off of the bike. The food tent is probably the most popular place outside of the course itself. Along with three meals, riders receive access to snacks, energy bars, water and sports drinks. Bootyville also is the site of our expo area where our corporate sponsors set up shop and offer a range of services including 24-hour bike support, raffles for special items and information about their services.
Each rider will raise a minimum of $200 to benefit national beneficiary, LIVESTRONG™, and the Aflac Cancer Center of Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. The organizations are having a tremendous impact on our neighbors battling cancer, and we are proud to be able to support their efforts.
Whether you ride, volunteer, donate or come out to cheer, we hope to see you at 24 Hours of Booty Atlanta!
Registration fees will be on a sliding scale this year. Remember, all riders are also required to meet the $200 fundraising minimum.