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High Rollers

High Rollers

What is a High Roller?

High Rollers are Pelotonia’s biggest fundraisers.  These individuals set big goals and thrive in the quest to make them happen.  It’s not about the minimum with this group.  It’s about doing something big. Really big.

You can become a High Roller by:

1. Committing to raise a minimum of $5,000 during the registration process by selecting the high roller option

2. Logging into your personal profile’s Manage My Registration section: Edit Route or Registration Type section after registration to change your status to high roller, and therefore increasing your minimum fundraising commitment to $5,000

3. Maintaining $5,000 in donations by the fundraising deadline of October 2, 2020.

High Roller perks

Those that commit to High Roller status before the Opening Ceremony will receive:

  • High Roller recognition on their personal fundraising page of the Pelotonia website
  • High Roller check-in at the Opening Ceremony
  • High Roller designation on the Pelotonia jersey that is picked up at the Opening Ceremony
  • High Roller gift that is picked up at the Opening Ceremony
  • Eligibility for participation in VIP Pelotonia experiences throughout the year

*For those that commit after Wednesday, July 8, 2020, we will try to accommodate the High Roller jersey and the High Roller gift distribution at the Opening Ceremony.

Can High Rollers share funds between their Peloton team members?

High Rollers cannot receive shared funds to reach their High Roller minimum fundraising commitment of $5,000, nor can they share funds below their $5,000 minimum fundraising commitment

Can a High Roller change their commitment?

Once committed, High Rollers have until 11:59 p.m on Wednesday, July 8, 2020, to change their status from High Roller status to regular Rider status with the minimum fundraising commitments required for the routes they have chosen.  If High Rollers do not change their High Roller status on or before Wednesday, July 8, 2020, they must raise a minimum of $5,000.