Cycle for Survival Breaks Fundraising Record with $42M

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Cycle for Survival, the movement to “beat” rare cancers, raised $42 million in 2019 through its signature indoor team cycling events, making it the most successful year to date. A total of $222 million has been raised since its inception — with more than half of that total raised in the past three years. One hundred percent of every dollar raised directly funds groundbreaking rare cancer research and clinical trials led by Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, which owns and operates Cycle for Survival.

Motivational instructors from Equinox, Cycle for Survival’s founding partner, led the high-energy rides at the annual events in 16 cities across the country. Rides took place in Bethesda, Md.; Boston; Chicago; Dallas; Greenwich, Conn.; Huntington Beach, Calif.; Long Island, NY.; Los Angeles; Miami; New York City; Palo Alto, Calif., Paramus, NJ; San Francisco; Seattle; Summit, NJ; and Washington, DC throughout January, February and March.



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