JOIN THE BATTLE. Beat Rare Cancers.
Join Cycle for Survival’s Teen Ride in Greenwich, CT and beat rare cancers.
The case-sensitive password to join is: teamteenCT.
Parents must register their teen rider and all Teen Ride participants must be 14-17 years of age.
Cycle for Survival is the national movement to beat rare cancers. Through its signature indoor, team cycling events, Cycle for Survival has raised over $140 million and helped fund pioneering clinical trials and innovative research studies and initiatives led by Memorial Sloan Kettering.
TEEN RIDE | GREENWICH: 2018
Cycle for Survival is excited to host CT’s first Teen Ride—a high-energy event dedicated to teens—in 2018! This special, 45-minute session (for 14-17 year olds) allows teens to join the adults in their life in the battle to beat rare cancers like never before.
The Teen Ride will take place on Sunday, March 4 from 5-5:45pm at Equinox: Greenwich, capping off an incredible day of celebration, cycling and hope.
100% of every dollar goes directly to ground-breaking rare cancer research. All Teen Ride fundraising will be directed to lifesaving studies for pediatric cancers, all considered “rare.”
The case-sensitive password to join is: teamteenCT. Parents must register their teen rider and all Teen Ride participants must be 14-17 years of age.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23 AT MIDNIGHT.
If you have any questions, please contact Sarah at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Why do we ride?
We ride to honor brave family and friends touched by cancer. Cycle for Survival is our way of fighting back by raising support and hope for better treatment options for people with rare cancers—especially for kids battling the disease.
How can you help?
Give a gift to our Cycle for Survival ride! You can support the whole teen team or an individual rider. Every dollar goes directly to promising pediatric cancer research.
Together, we can bring new and better treatments to patients worldwide!
JOIN THE BATTLE.
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