What is OPAAT?
The goal of OPAAT is to help connect others with cycling as a creative and helpful way of overcoming some of life’s obstacles.
Click below to read more about Lt. Dan’s story and find out more about this movement of living “One Pedal At A Time”.
Live to Ride - Ride to end suicide
When: September 1 - 30
Where: ANYWHERE YOU ARE
One Pedal At A Time Movement is using cycling to promote a conversation about Suicide Prevention. Join us anytime during the month of September for Live to Ride's inaugural event which is a fundraiser that invites cyclists of all abilities and backgrounds to get involved and help raise money to support OPAAT and other organizations working to prevent suicide. This is a Community Ride that is not happening in one single city. Upon registration you will receive instructions to connect with atlasGo which is an online platform that will host the event and rank all riders. atlasGo integrates with your favorite applications and devices such as Strava, FitBit and Garmin to track, record, and share miles ridden for this cause. After registering, invite others to join and ride anytime during the month of September and track/record all miles to the “Live to Ride - Ride to end suicide” event in atlasGo and lets work to end the unnecessary tragedy of suicide.
A portion of funds this year will go to support organizations that are already making a difference for this cause.
If you’re able to ride, click “Register” If you want to help but can’t ride, feel free to click “Donate”
Join the Movement! #OPAATMOVEMENT
Click below to find ways you can get involved by partnering with OPAAT, find upcoming events, find resources to begin your own journey, Read other stories & share your own, and even more.
OPAAT Movement is a 501(3)(c) non profit organization. We operate solely from the generosity of others and would love for you to share in this journey with us.
Can you donate bicycles? Money? Time? Etc.. We appreciate anything you can share that helps keep this journey going and helps others learn to live “one pedal at a time”.