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Set the Pace to End Cancer.

PaceDay brings the Paceline community together to celebrate the year-long efforts to raise awareness and funds for cancer research through a celebratory weekend of cycling, food, and entertainment. 100% of all fundraising supports innovative cancer research at the Georgia Cancer Center at Augusta University.

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The Soul City Six Miler is an almost entirely flat 6-mile loop around downtown Augusta, suitable for beginners. Ride with the community of Paceliners as they start their long routes and pass the Georgia Cancer Center. This route is the ultimate reminder of why we work hard to raise money for innovative cancer research.

The Hammer & Nail 25 Miler is an open road route providing a challenge for beginners with a moderate difficulty rating for regular spin class and leisure cyclists. Includes climbing, road safety, support vehicles, and a rest stop.

The Mission Metric Century (62 Miles) is an open road route that challenges advanced cyclists, including significant climbing, road safety, support vehicles, and the most rest stops.

CycleBar Spin Zone

Join instructors from CycleBar Evans at the Augusta Common finish line for a spin class! CycleBar will provide all bikes and shoes. This is the perfect option for those looking to participate in PaceDay in an active way, but are not ready to take on the open road on a bike. Class sizes are limited - so don't delay in signing up!

Paceline Pal

Do you want to fundraise for your team but aren't going to be in town for PaceDay, or is riding a bike not your thing? Sign up as a Paceline Pal to help your team fundraise!


PaceDay will only be possible with individuals giving their precious time to help support our mission and event. Any volunteer questions can be directed to