Fight cancer this February and March by riding with Cycle for Survival, the national movement to beat rare cancers. 100 percent of every dollar raised at the indoor cycling events goes to clinical trials, research studies, and innovative initiatives led by Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, which owns and operates Cycle for Survival. Rare cancers include pancreatic, brain, ovarian and thyroid cancers, all pediatric cancers, and many more.
All donations are allocated within six months of the events to discovernew and better treatment options for cancer patients worldwide. Together with the event's founding partner, Equinox, more than $55 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. In 2015, over 20,000 people will gather in 13 cities across the country to ride in solidarity.The events feature top Equinox instructors, complimentary yoga classes, massages and children’s activities.
We all can’t be doctors or cancer researchers, but riding with Cycle for Survival can raise the money that makes their work possible.
It’s time to fight back. Join the Battle. Visit www.cycleforsurvival.org to register your team or make a donation.