For the second time, I’m participating in Cycle for Survival. I wrote a pretty solid blog post last year (if I do say so myself). And now, I’m participating in the exact same event but I am going to write a whole new post because I think you deserve that, dear reader and potential donor.
If you know enough now that you’d like to stop reading and make a donation, please go ahead:
As you may know, Cycle for Survival is an indoor cycling event that raises funds to help cure rare cancers. Hopefully cancer has never impacted you or your family, but for those that cancer has touched, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSK) is an incredible resource, and often a literal lifesaver.
On Sunday, March 11, despite dramatically cancelling my Equinox membership in 2014 , I’ll sit on a bike in that new Equinox in Bryant Park (it’s really nice and there is a Whole Foods right there, too) and pedal to nowhere alongside hundreds of other New Yorkers (and thousands around the USA) to help raise money to support MSK. Every dollar you give will advance innovative research and clinical trials led by Memorial Sloan Kettering. This has the power to revolutionize how cancer is diagnosed and treated worldwide. That is pretty cool.
Donate or learn more: http://bit.ly/habercycle
This is also personal. I’m riding with The Cycle-Angelos, a team was team started by my friends Blake and Timmy after Timmy’s dad was diagnosed and later passed away from cancer. Over the past 5 years, they’ve raised over $225,000 in support of pioneering research led by Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSK).
If you’d like to donate, any amount helps: http://bit.ly/habercycle
Have any questions? Ask me anything in the comments!