Cycle for Survival
Los Angeles, California, USA
Fight cancer this February and March by riding at Cycle for Survival, the fun and high-energy indoor team cycling event, which is part of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. Every dollar raised goes to much-needed clinical trials and research studies for rare cancers, including pancreatic, brain, ovarian and thyroid cancers, all pediatric cancers, and many more.
Donations are allocated at Memorial Sloan Kettering within six months of the events to develop better treatment options for cancer patients worldwide. Together with the events founding partner, Equinox, more than $34 million has been raised since 2007.
Teams across the country register to ride for a four-hour shift—with four to eight riders per bike—and multiple bikes, if needed. The event, led by outstanding Equinox instructors, also features complimentary yoga classes, massages and children’s activities.
Memorial Sloan-Kettering—the nations preeminent center for cancer research and treatment—targets more than 400 different subtypes of the disease, and makes breakthroughs that benefit patients globally.
Join the Battle. It’s time. Be part of this growing movement. Visit www.cycleforsurvival.org to register your team or make a donation.
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