Registration for the Bismarck Great American Bike Race is now open

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BISMARCK, ND (February 8, 2022) – Registration for the Sanford Health Foundation Great American Bike Race (GABR) opens today. Team captains will need to register online at to secure a team.

After two years apart, it’s time to ride together again. The in-person GABR returns Saturday, April 30 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Bismarck Event Center, 315 S. Fifth St.

GABR has become the largest fundraiser of its kind in the United States. Over the past 26 years, GABR has raised more than $5 million, distributing an average of $375,000 per year to families eligible for assistance.

“This spring, we need everyone to get up and ride like never before for our local children and their families,” said Sara Haugen, executive director of the Sanford Health Foundation, Bismarck Region. “Anything we collect will help families whose costs aren’t covered by insurance, like wheelchairs and adaptive bicycles, and can help improve services through Sanford Pediatric Therapies.”

To learn more about GABR, apply for funds, or donate to the cause, go online or call the Sanford Health Foundation at 701-323-8450.

The Sanford Health Foundation inspires philanthropy to fuel Sanford Health’s health, healing and comfort work. 100% of every dollar raised helps provide compassionate patient-centered care and spur medical research and collaboration to accelerate bold solutions for a better future. Learn more at

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