Frequently Asked Questions

If you have any additional, or follow-up, questions, please reach out to foundation.intern@brewers.com

 


When is the registration deadline?
Online registration for 2017 Hitting 4 The Cycle will close on August 9, 2017 at 11:59pm CT. However, walk-ups will be accepted on the morning of the event.

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How do I confirm my entry to the Hitting 4 The Cycle event?
All online registrations will be confirmed via email. 

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What is the schedule of events for the day of the ride?

12:45-1:15pm: Participants arrive for the 3rd annual Hitting 4 the Cycle benefit bike ride

1:30pm: The lone, 25-mile route begins. All participants must start their ride at this time

3:00pm-4:30pm: Upon returning, participants are invited to a post-ride tailgate party in the stadium parking lots featuring complimentary food and drink, music, and free raffles (with the chance to win Trek FX bikes, Brewers prizes, and more)

6:00pm: Tailgate party concludes. Participants are invited to use their complimentary tickets to attend the evening's Brewers vs Reds game

6:10pm: Brewers vs Reds begins

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Where do I park?
Please check back for further information on directions and parking for 2017 Hitting 4 the Cycle. Participants will receive one complimentary parking pass with registration, and be permitted to leave their cars in this parking spot during the ride and Brewers vs Reds game. 

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Friends and family would like to join me for the post-ride tailgate. Are they welcome to?
Yes. Family and friends of riders are encouraged to join for the tailgate party following the ride. Information on how to do so will be distributed to registrants in the weeks leading up to Hitting 4 the Cycle.

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I would rather attend a different Brewers game than 8/12 vs. the Reds. Can I exchange my complimentary ticket for another 2017 game? Can I buy extra tickets for the 8/12 game?
Yes. When registering for the ride, participants have the option to receive a ticket voucher to a future 2017 Brewers game (restrictions apply) rather than a ticket to the 8/12 game.

Yes. Participants will have the option to purchase extra game tickets shortly before the event, when redemption information for all tickets will be sent out.

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Can I get a refund?
There are no refunds. This no refunds policy applies in the event that the ride is cancelled for any reason.

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Who receives the proceeds from Hitting 4 the Cycle? 
Proceeds from the 3rd annual Hitting 4 the Cycle will benefit Brewers Community Foundation and our selected benificiaries, American Cancer SocietyUrban Ecology Center and DreamBikes.

Brewers Community Foundation is the non-profit, charitable arm of the Milwaukee Brewers. We look to harness the pride, passion, and commitment of Brewers players, fans, and other supporters to positively impact the lives of children and their families in Greater Milwaukee and Wisconsin. We support 200 local organizations annually through grants, scholarships, and more. For more information, visit brewers.com/bcf

The American Cancer Society's mission is to save lives, celebrate lives, and lead the fight for a world without cancer. Funds donated to ACS support cancer research, proliferation of cancer-related information and educational materials, detection and screening programs, and support for patients. For more informatiom, visit their website at www.cancer.org.

Urban Ecology Center fosters ecological understandings as inspiration for change, neighborhood by neighborhood. There environmental community centers provide; outdoor science education for urban youth, protect and use public natural areas, making them safe, accessible and vibrant, preserve and enhance these natural areas and their surrounding waters, promote community by offering resources that support learning, volunteerism, stewardship, recreation and camaraderie, and practice and model environmentally responsible behaviors. For more information, visit their website at www.urbanecologycenter.org

DreamBikes strategically places used bicycle stores in low-to-moderate income neighborhoods to provide hands-on, paid job training to teens. Working in conjunction with local youth organizations, DreamBikes employs teens from the area to work in the store; teaching them how to refurbish bicycyles, use the POS software, and to deliver great customer service. DreamBikes provides lifelong skills to our teen employees, helping them to shift gears and find a bright future. For more information, visit their website at www.dream-bikes.org.

 

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Is there an age minimum or maximum to participate? 
There is no age maximum or minimum for the ride. However, riders must deem themselves capable of completing the 25 mile route.

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