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Pedal the Cause

Padres Pedal the Cause is an annual cycling fundraising event with the mission of creating a world without cancer. The 2018 event is scheduled for November 17, where participants of all ages and abilities can ride, run, walk, spin on a stationary bike, or volunteer at an all-day celebration. All bike routes ride across the iconic Coronado Bridge, and start and end on the field at Petco Park.

Starting in 2016 the organizations officially partnered to rename the event Padres Pedal the Cause, and moved the celebration to Petco Park. Together, we have donated more than $7.1 million to fund 42 collaborative cancer research projects in San Diego.

There are many ways to participate:

  • Ride a bike on one of the courses - 25, 55, 88, or 100 miles - and finish on centerfield at Petco Park. Youth can join the Superhero Kids Challenge for a fun, safe ride, too!
  • Join a high-energy 50-minute spin class on the stationary bikes, set up on the field at Petco.
  • Run or walk the new 5K along the Embarcadero, finishing on the field.
  • Fundraise or donate directly to the cause or to a participant's fundraising page
  • Volunteer during the event. It takes more than 800 volunteers to make Padres Pedal go!

Everyone can be a cancer fighter. There are also reduced registration and fundraising rates for students, military and their spouses. You can learn more about Padres Pedal and how you can get involved by visiting gopedal.org.

Breast Cancer Awareness

The Padres and a number of their players join other MLB teams to help raise awareness for breast cancer on Mother's Day with select players using pink Louisville Slugger bats, wearing pink wristbands and displaying pink ribbons on player uniforms, as well all on-field personnel. The San Diego Padres take their relationship with Susan G. Komen a step further with the Susan G. Komen and Padres Foundation Free Mammogram Event. This yearly event allows qualified individuals the opportunity to receive a free Mammogram along with other advocacy and support. For more information about Susan G. Komen, breast health or breast cancer, visit komen.org or call 1-800 I'M AWARE.