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Cycle With LRF

Flywheel Sports Stadium: Cycling for LRF
NYC Metro Area
Sunday, September 14, 2014

Join us for a fun-filled, non-competitive 45-minute indoor cycling session in various state-of-the-art Flywheel Sports Stadiums in the New York metro region. Cycle for a Cure offers survivors, families, friends, community and corporate teams the opportunity to cycle in honor and memory of those whose lives have been touched by lymphoma. Funds raised by participants will support the Lymphoma Research Foundation's mission of eradicating lymphoma and serving those touched by this disease. Complimentary shoes, towels and water will be provided, courtesy of Flywheel and LRF.

Click on the following Cycling for LRF locations for more information or to start fundraising:
Englewood, NJ | Upper West Side, NYC



2014 Chicago Research Ride

2nd Annual Chicago Research Ride
Evanston, IL
Sunday, September 21, 2014

Join us as we partner with North Shore Century to raise lifesaving lymphoma funds at the 2nd Annual Chicago Research Ride. This non-competitive bike ride is a great way for survivors, family, friends, individuals, community and corporate teams to cycle in honor and memory of those whose lives have been touched by lymphoma. For more information, visit www.lymphoma.org/ChicagoRide2014 or contact Meghan McNamee at mmcnamee@lymphoma.org or (646) 465-9106.




Research Ride

8th Annual Lymphoma Research Ride
Montgomery County, MD
Sunday, September 28, 2014

The Lymphoma Research Ride is a non-competitive bike ride where survivors, families, friends, community and corporate teams ride in honor and in memory of those whose lives have been touched by lymphoma. Riders can choose to do a 25, 39 or 50-mile route, which explore the rural countryside of northern Montgomery County are geared for all types of riders and. Since its inception, the Lymphoma Research Ride has raised over $3 million for lymphoma research. For more information visit www.lymphoma.org/Ride2014 or contact Meghan McNamee at ride@lymphoma.org or (646) 465-9106.