For the past nine year, Chefs Cycle has engaged culinary talents who want to push their limits by completing a three day, 300 mile ride while raising funds and awareness in support of No Kid Hungry. Watch our video to see what it’s like to ride.
No child should go hungry in America. But millions of kids in the United States live with hunger. No Kid Hungry is working to end childhood hunger by helping launch and improve programs that give all kids the healthy food they need to thrive. This is a problem we know how to solve. No Kid Hungry is a campaign of Share Our Strength, an organization committed to ending hunger and poverty.
Interested in learning all about Chefs Cycle? Download our participant guide for history, photos, and details about the campaign.Participant Guide
Use the Search button below to find you rider and make a donation to their fundraising efforts.SEARCH
Can’t join us for the ride but want to help? Volunteer opportunities will be available in early 2023. Send us an email so we can contact you when they are posted.VOLUNTEER
When No Kid Hungry introduced Chefs Cycle, I signed on – in fact, I haven’t missed a ride since the launch. It was appealing because I was seeking a healthier lifestyle – life in the kitchen with limited time for exercise takes a toll. When we climb these hills for Chefs Cycle you realize that the pain endured is making a difference in a child’s life and work every stroke of the pedals. It makes each mile worth so much more.
It was amazing to see everyone come together for such a great cause. We all have such busy schedules and crazy things happening in our venues every day. What we can accomplish united in our industry is setting the tone for our children's future. Hopefully it is also setting a new model on how restaurants are giving back more to their communities than ever before.
People think cycling is a sport for the individual but that could not be further from the truth. Chefs Cycle for No Kid Hungry is such a powerful event because it creates an environment that requires teamwork within a very personal 300-mile journey. The challenge is very real but anyone who seeks support will find it in unique and inspiring places.
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