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A Padres Pedal team is a great way for friends, family members, and colleagues to ride, spin, run/walk, and fundraise in a shared experience. In addition to individual participant profile pages, teams automatically get a page as well that lists all team members and displays cumulative raise. Team members can share donations made to their team as a whole. Funds may only be shared with fellow team members.
You can select to join a team during the registration process. If you have already registered, log into your profile and click the "Join a Team" link in the left submenu, then select the team you wish to join from the list. The team captain will receive a notification email when you join the team.
You can create a team during the registration process. If you have already registered, log into your profile and click the "Create a Team" link in the left submenu. You'll be asked for the name of your team and the type of team. If you are creating a team for your company, for example, create a 'Corporate Challenge' team; if you are creating a team for friends and family, create a 'Friends and Family' team.
Only the team's general funds may be shared among individual members who still require funds to reach their minimum fundraising commitment. This is done at the discretion of the team captain in November/ December, just prior to the close of fundraising. The Padres Pedal staff will contact team captains to get their desired transfers of team funding.
Yes, the team captain can change the name of your team by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with the current team name and the new team name.
No, participants can be a member of only one team.
Any company/corporate team is designated a Corporate Challenge team. There is no limit to the number of members, and participants adhere to the standard fee and fundraising requirements.
When registering, it will ask if you would like to Join a Team, Start a Team, or Participate as an Individual. Select Start a Team. Enter a name you’d like for the team name and select "Corporate Challenge" as the type of team. If your business participated in previous years, only the captain from last year may reactivate the team to avoid multiple teams with the same name.
A SuperKids team is a team that is participating in our SuperKids program. Participating teams train, fundraise, and ride in honor of a child who is receiving or has received treatment for cancer at Rady Children’s Hospital. Visit our SuperKids page for more information and contact Megan Parker at email@example.com if you are interested in having your team participate in the SuperKids program.
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