Miles for Smiles Charity Rides:


Vital Cycle donates 100% of our proceeds to our charity partners.

When you ride at VitalCycle, you ride for change. You will continue to feel good (and do good) after you get off the bike by knowing that each time you take a charity class, you’re riding for change.

Giving back never felt so good. Look for our “Miles for Smiles” logo and see how you can help needy charities and causes.

Since we opened in the Fall of 2014 we have had countless charity rides and donated thousands of dollars to local and national charities.

If you are interested in Vital Cycle sponsoring a Miles for Smiles Ride for your cause please touch base with us at the front desk and we’ll be happy to fill you in.

Nancy and Kevin


Martin Richard Foundation Ride :

Please join us for a special charity ride for the Martin Richard Foundation on Sunday Sept 16th at noon.  My name is Jessica Lee and I’m excited to be running my first marathon in November for #TeamMR8. I chose the Martin Richard Foundation because it is a Boston-based charity that has a huge impact on the community. I am passionate about their mission to work towards a more united and compassionate community by providing grants for hundreds of organizations in the Greater Boston area. In the past two months alone, the Foundation has had a tremendous impact, supporting over 40+ organizations in 24 cities and towns.

Why should you ride with me to support the Foundation?
  • The Martin Richard Foundation was founded with the mission to promote kindness, justice and peace through community engagement and volunteerism.
  • The Martin Richard Foundation provides grants to organizations to make sure everyone is involved and supported, creating a space for future leaders.
  • Organizations and initiatives include Project 351, YES, Boys and Girls Club of Dorchester, the Louis D. Brown Peace Institute, and many more.
  • You love Boston just as much as I do!
If you can’t ride with us in September, please consider donating to the Foundation. Your donation goes a long way!