JOIN THE BATTLE. Beat Rare Cancers.
Join Cycle for Survival’s first ever Teen Ride in Palo Alto, CA and beat rare cancers.
The case-sensitive password to join is: teenride.
Participants aged 13-17 are invited to ride, and participants under 13 are invited to be Cheer Captains! For teens 13-17, parents must register their teen rider and you can use the teen’s name and email address. For children under 13, parents must register their child under the parent’s email address with both the parent and child’s name (ex: John & Mary Smith, registered under John’s email address).
If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or Jodi & Molly Zwiebach at email@example.com.
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 | PALO ALTO: 2018
Cycle for Survival is excited to host the West Coast’s first Teen Ride—a high-energy event dedicated to teens—in 2018! This special, 30-minute session allows teens and children to join in the battle to beat rare cancers like never before.
The Teen Ride will take place on Sunday, February 11 at 4pm at Equinox: Palo Alto, capping off an incredible day of celebration, cycling and hope. 100% of every dollar goes directly to ground-breaking rare cancer research.
The case-sensitive password to join is: teenride. Parents must register their teen rider and all riders must be 13-17 years of age. Children under 13 can participate as Cheer Captains and can still register and fundraise on this page! Please see registration instructions at top of page.
REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE ON
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2 AT MIDNIGHT.
Why do we ride?
Cycle for Survival has been so important to me since I was four years old because the founder Jennifer Goodman Linn has had such an impact on me my entire life. I never saw Jen suffer, to me she was always happy, bubbly and full of life. She taught me so many positive lessons that I carry with me every day, to be fearless, strong, look at the bright side and take care of others, which is what she is still doing today with Cycle for Survival. She wanted us to continue having this event until a cure was found and I am so excited that we can finally do a teen ride in Palo Alto and hopefully try and get one step closer to Jen's wishes. I can't wait to see you all on . Please sign up and share with all of your friends and neighbors. You won't regret it!
How can you help?
Give a gift to our Cycle for Survival ride! You can support the whole teen ride 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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