24 Hours of Booty
registration is now open!

24 Hours of Booty is back this July 29th-30th, 2022. Mark your calendars and don’t miss out on securing your spot on the famous Booty Loop through the Myers Park neighborhood.

Every day we are inspired by those facing cancer, and that’s never more evident than at 24 Foundation’s signature event, 24 Hours of Booty. 24 Hours of Booty is more than just a cycling and walking event. It is a celebration of hope, healing, and coming together in the face of adversity. Since 2002 thousands of participants have spent the last weekend in July together sharing stories, making lifelong connections, and inspiring all of us to continue fighting for those affected by cancer. Together, we’ve supported more than 10,000 children, adults, and families navigating a cancer diagnosis in our community and beyond. Over the past twenty years, our grantmaking investments positively impacted more than 50 different cancer nonprofit organizations. This is why we Ride and Stride

24 Hours of Booty isn’t a race or an endurance event. Riders and Walkers can set their own mileage goals and get on and off the police secured course as much as they would like throughout the 24 hours. Set up a tent in Bootyville to relax in between your trips around the beautiful Myers Park Booty Loop and enjoy catered meals, snacks, and drinks in our food tent, including a midnight pizza party. We are one team with one goal and to date, your passion has helped 24 Foundation raise more than $25 million dollars for patient navigation and wellness programs provided through Levine Cancer Institute, Levine Children’s Hospital, and our other Beneficiaries. These programs include integrative oncology, acupuncture, healing touch, massage therapy, nurse navigators and much more.


Adult Riders/Walkers (Ages 18+)

$75 Registration | $400 Fundraising Minimum

Youth Riders/Walkers (Ages 12-17)

$75 Registration | $200 Fundraising Minimum

Child Riders (Ages 8-11)/Child Walkers (Ages 4-11)

$50 Registration | $50 Fundraising Minimum

Registration includes:*

• Eligibility for fundraising prizes & fundraising jersey
• Event T-Shirt
• 24 hours of access to ride in a non-competitive, closed, police-secured course through the Myers Park neighborhood
• Family-friendly live entertainment
• Concierge service with 24-hour bike and medical support
• Catered meals, snacks and drinks, including a midnight pizza party
• Event programs including Opening Ceremonies, Survivor Cafe and Kid’s Ride
*Registrations are non-refundable and non-transferable and registration minimums must be met in order to pick up your packet.
**Please note: Child riders are permitted on the course during the survivor lap (with a parent/guardian) and 12pm-7pm on Saturday.


Virtual “UnLooped” Participant

$45 Registration | No Fundraising Minimum

Virtual “UnLooped” Participant (11 & Under)

$25 Registration | No Fundraising Minimum

Registration includes:

• Eligibility for fundraising prizes & fundraising jersey
• Event T-Shirt
No minimum fundraising commitment required, though fundraising is encouraged.
* Non-local participants will receive their packets after the event if they have not been picked up.
** Virtual Participants are not allowed to participate in the physical in-person event. Please purchase meal tickets/wristband from our event store if you’d like to join us for a meal.

Event Details At-a-Glance


2201 Wellesley Avenue, Charlotte, NC


Opening Ceremonies and Survivor Lap: July 29-30, 2022 | 7:00pm at the Start/Finish Line
Ride: July 29-30, 2022 | 7:00pm – 7:00 pm
Walk: July 29-30, 2022 | 7:00pm – Dusk & 7:00am – 7:00pm

Packet Pick-up:

Thursday, July 28th
Brewers at Yancey
4001-A, Yancey Road
Charlotte, NC 28217

Friday, July 29th
Bootyville – 2201 Wellesley Ave.

Saturday, July 30th
Bootyville – 2201 Wellesley Ave.


Charlotte Fundraising Leaderboard

Total Raised

$1,337,983 / 1,200,000


Amwins $85,177
Hopfly Cycling $38,577
GreerWalker $37,497
Team Cootie Jones '22 $36,732

Cancer Champion Sponsors

Platinum Sponsors

Gold Sponsors

Silver Sponsors

Bronze Sponsors


Training Tips

Below are several training plans to help you get ready for the event, courtesy of our friends at Total Cyclist. The plans include tips on nutrition, bike maintenance, how to dress and how to train to complete your mileage goal. Plans range from beginner to experienced – check them out to see which one is right for you!