MS Global

MS Global is an annual charitable bicycle tour that takes place in partnership with Can Do Multiple Sclerosis, a non-profit organization delivering health and wellness education free of cost for every family.

Each year, the MS Global community rides for a week in the most beautiful places on earth with a team of 60 riders and crew who raise $200,000+ for scholarships. We raise support for MS Global Scholarships at Can Do MS, with 100% of fundraising directly helping families with MS. Can Do works with 250,000 families each year to help people live better with MS every day. People gain the crucial knowledge, skills, tools, coaching, and confidence to improve quality of life.

Most recent rides include Tuscany, Italy, Tucson, Arizona, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Spanish Isle of Mallorca, Teton National Park, Wyoming, Adirondacks of New York, Blue Ridge Mountains, North Carolina, and Canyon Lands of Moab, Utah.

MS Global 2024

MS Global 2024 – Coastal Maine

This year MS Global will ride Coastal Maine September 22 – 29, 2024. More than 250 miles of spectacular and iconic riding along the ocean, including Acadia National Park, Bar Harbor, and the Camden coast, will host our dedicated community of riders. For Coastal Maine, we anticipate 60 riders and crew.

Event Details

  • Registration is $1,900 per person and covers all event expenses. That’s right! Revenue from our generous sponsors and individual registrations from fundraising riders cover all event expenses of this fully supported bike tour. This ensures that 100% of donations support MS Global Scholarships.
  • Riders are expected to raise a minimum of $3,700 in donations. If you register as a couple, the fundraising expectation is $5,550.
  • The rider covers the cost of travel to/from the event.

This wonderful Coastal Maine cycling experience is our way of celebrating you.

With every pedal stroke, our MS Global community makes a difference in the lives of others.

Please consider joining us!

For more information and to secure your spot, please contact Lisa Mattis at or call 970-432-0359.