1400 Miles uses a bike and a beer to spark difficult conversations with stubborn guys about prostate health.
PROSTATE CANCER IS THE SECOND LEADING CAUSE OF CANCER DEATH IN AMERICAN MEN and is largely preventable. Prevention is easy, but it starts with being comfortable talking about it and getting tested.
1400 Miles is a non-profit that probes the conversation on prostate health. As a organization, our goal is to engage male audiences through content-based strategies using bikes and beer as the catalyst to be proactive about prostate health. 1400 Miles serves both as a “get checked” pre-diagnosis and a “first response” post-diagnosis source of positive, inspiring stories.
Want to get involved? You can sign up for The Big Ride, participate in a Community Ride (dates and locations will be announced soon!), attend the events, support a Big Ride Rider or a Team!
“The Big Ride”
The 1400 Miles ‘Big Ride’ is a fully supported journey of a lifetime on a road bike spanning 1,400 miles from Austin, Texas to Denver, Colorado.
September 6th - September 20th, 2015
We are busily working on the 2015 calendar. Events and details will be added soon!
Please check back regularly, as the website will be updated with new information soon!
Unable to join us for the Big Ride? Well, you’re in luck! We are hosting 2 community rides in 2015
Austin Community Ride | Saturday, August 29th
Come join us for a 1 day ride in the Austin Hill Country! 4 different route options will be available. Tickets and more details will be available soon!
Boulder-Denver Community Ride | Sunday, September 20th | Come join The Big Ride Riders for their final day on a gorgeous ride from Boulder to Denver. Start with breakfast and end with lunch and craft beer!
Board of Directors
We are super lucky that we have such a great group making up our board of directors! This group of people have genuinely helped 1400 Miles move forward.
Davis Tucker - Founder
What are people saying about 1400Miles?
Aaron Z. of NM
“1400 Miles isn’t just about men’s health, it’s about changing the tone of the conversation around it. It’s easier for me to join that conversation over a pint of my favorite craft beer.”
Rex R of Denver
Men are stubborn. 1400 Miles helps break the silence on prostate cancer by using a beer and a bike to reach men where they are most willing to talk.
Lindsey S. of Denver
1400 helped me find an approachable way to talk about a hard subject with the men I love.
Rick Lyke with Pints for Prostates
We’re reaching men through the universal language of beer and 1400 Miles got me back on a bike after 30 years out of the saddle. Is there anything craft beer — and bikes — can’t do?