Hamptons FAQ


Q: Can I register on the day of the ride?  
A: Absolutely!
Q: How much is it to register the day of the ride?  
A: $50 per adult and $25 per child
Q: What forms of payment are available the day of the ride?  
A: We accept cash, credit, or check.


Q: Where does the money we raise go?  
A: You help fund programs and services in mental health, career counseling, and long-term rehabilitative care that changes lives.

Your participation in Soldier Ride ensures warriors never pay a penny for these programs - they paid their dues on the battlefield.

Event Information

Q. Will wounded warriors be at this ride?  
A: Yes, Soldier Ride The Hamptons is one of only two Soldier Rides nationally where civilians ride alongside wounded warriors.
Q: Where does the ceremony and ride begin?  
A: Amagansett Farm 551 Montauk Highway, Amagansett
Q: What time does the ceremony start?  
A: 8:30 AM
Q: What time does the ride begin?  
A: Approx. 9:00 AM
Q: Where is the end?  
A: Soldier Ride makes a loop back to Amagansett Farm.
Q: How many miles is the route?  
A: 26.5 miles
Q: Will there be a police escort?  
A: Yes. The warriors will lead the first 12 miles, then rest at Marine Park in Sag Harbor – the public will pass and be on traffic roads back to the Farm.
Q: How many rest stops will there be?  
A: Two, Marine Park in Sag Harbor and Riverhead Lumber on Route 114
Q: How do I get back to the Farm if i cannot finish the ride?  
A: SAG vehicles are available after the rest stop at Marine Park to transport you and your bike back to the Farm.
Q: What are these wristbands for?  
A: Lunch (please wear to ensure access).
Q: Where is the community lunch?  
A: Back at the Farm in Amagansett
Q: If I am not riding, can I still eat?  
A: Yes - please do join your friends who are riding in the event! Wristbands are $10, and you can pick yours up at the registration tents before the ride.