Register Today for Cycle Against Cancer
1 Blachley Road
Stamford, CT 06902
Saturday, April 5, 2014, 2PM
Whether you are an indoor cycling enthusiast or a first-timer, all are welcome to register for Cycle Against Cancer at Stamford's Flywheel.
Organize a team with friends, family, or colleagues and set a team goal of $1,000.
Solo rider? Challenge yourself to raise $1,000 and be your own team!
Audrey Bova, 17 months
Connor Armstrong, 6 years old
Support the fundraising efforts of your family, friends and co-workers participating in Cycle Against Cancer. The funds raised will benefit three Stamford families with children battling Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia and the CSF Grant Recipient Program.
Cancer becomes a financial burden to so many each day. Jobs placed on hold; mortgages unpaid; increased medical co-pays, etc.
Patients and their families should not have to worry about going hungry and/or eviction from their homes during treatment.
Make a donation TODAY and make a
There are many ways to show your support:
•Start a Team
You can recruit as many team members as you would like! Reach out to family, friends, co-workers, and local businesses to support you!
•Support a Participant
Show support to your friends, family, and co-workers who are hard at
work raising funds for the families of Connor, Audrey and Eli!
If you are unable to form a team for the Cycle Against Cancer event, you can still show your support by making a direct donation.
Cycle Against Cancer is an indoor cycling fundraiser organized by the Connecticut Sports Foundation Against Cancer, whose mission is to financially assist Connecticut cancer patients and their families and to fund cancer research.
Individuals and teams will raise funds and participate in a Flywheel signature cycling class. Riders may ride and raise funds
individually or form teams. To form a team you can recruit as many members as you need.
All individual fundraisers and team members are welcome to ride!
Team members and supporters who prefer not to ride are welcome to attend the event.
Eli Schwartz, 6 years old