FAQs

A. The Eagles Autism Challenge is a one-day cycling event and 5k at Lincoln Financial Field dedicated to raising awareness and funds for autism research and care programs. Participants will have the opportunity to join Eagles players and coaches in participating in one of three cycling routes, a 5k Run/Walk, or Sensory Walk.

Please note that while the 2021 Eagles Autism Challenge is currently scheduled as an in-person event on May 22, 2021, it is subject to move to an all-virtual format or be rescheduled based on guidance regarding social gatherings and the health and safety of our community, in EAC’s sole discretion.

A. The Eagles Autism Challenge is scheduled for Saturday May 22, 2021.

A. The fundraising deadline is May 31, 2021.

A. During registration, you committed to reaching a fundraising minimum and authorized the Eagles Autism Challenge to charge the remaining balance to your card on or after June 1, 2021.

If you need to change your route to assure you meet your minimum, you have until March 15, 2021 to do so. After this date, you will be held to the minimum associated with the route that you chose during registration. To change your route, please e-mail info@eaglesautismchallenge.org.

A. Yes, the following items are not permitted at the stadium during this event:

  • Electronic Or Motorized Bikes
  • Pets (except service dogs to aid guests with disabilities)
  • Drones or any other unmanned and remote controlled aircraft systems
  • Fireworks, firearms, and weapons of any kind
  • E-cigarettes and vaporizers
  • Alcoholic Beverages

Please note that the clear bag policy in effect on gamedays will not be in effect during this event; bags such as handbags, diaper bags and tote bags with changes of clothing are welcome. There will be lockers available for bag storage.

A. Yes! Helmets are mandatory during the ride. If you do not have a helmet on event day, you will not be permitted to ride.

A. Baskets and side attachments are strictly prohibited for this event due to safety restrictions. Children under the age of 13 are not permitted to ride, but are able to participate in the 5K or Sensory Walk with a registered parent/guardian.

A. Yes, there will be SAG vehicles on each cycling route should you need mechanical support or to be picked up.

A. Yes, rest stops will be available every ten to twelve miles where you can re-energize, hydrate and receive mechanical support as needed.

A. Headphones are strictly prohibited to assure your safety during the ride. Participants doing the 5K may use headphones.