Come Ride with the Tread Setters!


The Tread Setters, formerly called the Zia Freewheelers, is a youth adaptive cycling program of the Carrie Tingley Hospital Foundation with a focus of providing group rides and event training to all youth who need special adaptations in order to participate in cycling.
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This fall, there will be three Sunday rides in the Fall; with cyclists being able to participate in the Day of the Tread on October 24. Ride dates include:

  • Sunday, September 19, 2021
  • Sunday, October 3, 2021
  • Sunday, October 17, 2021
  • Saturday, October 24, 2021 – Day of the Tread Ride

Tread Setters Form

Cyclists must register for the rides using the form linked above. Rides (except for Day of the Tread) begin at 1 pm, with staggered 20-minute starts. Once registered, Helen Pino, Quality of Life Service Coordinator will contact you with your start time.
Sunday rides are held at the Alameda Open Space - Alameda Blvd NW, Rio Grande Blvd NW, Albuquerque, NM 87104, between 1:00-4:00 pm.

Question? Please contact Helen Pino, Quality of Life Service Coordinator at hpino@cthf.net or (505) 301-4810.

Day of the Tread


Day of the Tread is a Halloween-themed bicycling event for cyclists of all ages and skill levels. With 7/ 12/ 18/ 25/ 47/ 60/ 100 mile ride options there's truly something for everyone!
This year's Day of the Tread is featuring an inaugural 4k Walk around Old Town. Walkers will take off around 10 a.m. October 24th (this Sunday) from Hotel Chaco and be led out by The Curse - the infamous group that's at every New Mexico United game. The registration fee is $20, which gets you a t-shirt, the after-party (including a La Cumbre beer tasting), live music and all the money goes to our non-profit partners. We hope to see you there. Find out more at DayoftheTread.com

Tread Setters Form
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