Cycle for Survival Launches Its 2018 Battle To Beat Rare Cancers

Thursday, September 28, 2017 General News
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The Times Square Takeover, featuring rides led by Equinox instructors, kicked off Cycle for Survival's 2018 event registration--all in support of Memorial Sloan Kettering research

An instructor from Equinox, Cycle for Survivalís founding partner, leads riders at the Times Square Takeover to kick off registration and fundraising for Cycle for Survivalís 2018 events, which are in 16 cities across the country. (Photo Credit: Mike Stobe, Cycle for Survival)

Henrik Lundqvist, goal keeper for the New York Rangers, rides with TAG Heuer at Cycle for Survivalís Times Square Takeover to support the movement to beat rare cancers. At the event, TAG Heuer announced their sponsorship as the Official Timepiece and Official Timekeeper of Cycle for Survival. (Photo Credit: Diane Bondareff, Cycle for Survival)

Scott Rosen, President and Chief Operating Officer of Equinox, Cycle for Survivalís founding partner, tells riders at the Times Square Takeover why Equinox is committed to the movement to beat rare cancers. The event kicks off registration and fundraising for the indoor cycling rides that will take place in 16 cities across the country in 2018 ó all led by Equinox instructors. (Photo Credit: Diane Bondareff, Cycle for Survival)

Riders at Cycle for Survivalís Times Square Takeover show their support for the movement to beat rare cancers. The event celebrates the launch of registration and fundraising for Cycle for Survivalís 2018 indoor cycling rides. Every dollar raised goes to rare cancer research. (Photo Credit: Michael J. Le Brecht II, Cycle for Survival)

Riders at Cycle for Survivalís Times Square Takeover celebrate the launch of registration and fundraising for Cycle for Survivalís 2018 signature events. Every participant received an exclusive event T-shirt provided by New Balance, Cycle for Survivalís official apparel sponsor. (Photo Credit: Michael J. Le Brecht II, Cycle for Survival)

A participant cheers in support of Cycle for Survival, the movement to beat rare cancers, which has raised more than $140 million for rare cancer research. Cycle for Survival is owned and operated by Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. (Photo Credit: Jennifer Pottheiser, Cycle for Survival)

 (PRNewsfoto/Cycle for Survival)



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