Pump up your tires, grab your helmet, and join the fun at the Second Annual ECORIDE on Saturday, October 22! Proceeds from the bike ride will benefit the Chapter’s scholarship fund. The Chapter has given out scholarships to green building & sustainability trainings over the years to support our goal of transforming every building into a green building.
The purpose of the USGBC-Missouri Gateway Chapter scholarship program is to provide green building & sustainability education and training for those who normally would not have access or could not afford it.
The scholarships will help people from Missouri and Southern Illinois to attend:
- Regional Sustainability Conferences such as Greening the Heartland
- Local professional development and continuing education
- LEED Exam Preparation Courses offered by the Chapter
Saturday, October 22, 2011
9 am – noon (rain or shine)
The bike ride will be on the Riverfront Trail and will begin at the William A Kerr Foundation at 21 O’Fallon Street, St. Louis, MO 63102. There will be a 10 and a 25 mile route.
The William A. Kerr Foundation is located 4 blocks east of N. Broadway, and 7 blocks north of the Eads Bridge in Downtown St. Louis. The building is on the corner of O’Fallon St. and Lewis St. (Please note that N. Leonor K. Sullivan Blvd. becomes Lewis St. as it crosses Biddle St.)
Riverfront Trail Details
Map of the William A. Kerr Foundation
$25 per person or
$60 per family
CENTURY RIDER (Help our scholarship fund go further!):
$100 per person
VIRTUAL RIDER (Not able to make it to the ride, but still want to support the scholarship fund?):
$25 per person
Registration fee includes continental breakfast, an event water bottle and lunch afterwards!
Click on the “Register” button on the left-hand side of this page.
Sponsorship Opportunities for the ECORIDE are also available. Contact Emily Andrews at 314-577-0854 for more information!