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Cycle Challenge

To support Parkinson’s exercise programs, the American Parkinson Disease Association is partnering with CycleBar to host the Cycle Challenge.  

During the Cycle Challenge, 50 cyclists will ride for 50 minutes at CycleBar’s state-of-the-art indoor studio. The Cycle Challenge will take place on October 1, 2017 from 3:00-5:00 pm. There will be a fun ice cream social following the ride, where the top fundraisers and top ride finishers will receive prizes. 

Please note that you must register with both CycleBar AND the APDA-Greater St. Louis Chapter. On the CycleBar site you will register and reserve a bike. A bike reservation is $100. Each cyclist is encouraged to raise an additional $400 in donations.  The goal is to raise $50,000 to support local Parkinson’s exercise programs, such as starting a new cycling exercise class in 2018.

If you want to contribute to the event you can DONATE HERE

Register NOW…only 50 bikes available!

Registration Steps:

  1. Click the button below to register with the APDA. This will allow you to fundraise for the event.
  2. Click the button below to register with CycleBar and select the specific bike you will ride. Please note that this will re-direct you to the CycleBar website. A bike reservation is $100.
  3. Individualize your fundraising page and start recruiting family & friends! Your fundraising page is completely customizable, so make it your own by adding pictures, information about why you’re fundraising, and even an easy to remember hyperlink. You can then share your page with others to help fundraise. 

Donors can contribute to your team offline too! Donations can be sent to our office at 1415 Elbridge Payne Rd., Suite 150, Chesterfield, MO 63017. Please tell donors to mark their donation for the Cycle Challenge + your name so that it gets allocated correctly. Offline donations will be entered onto your fundraising page by APDA office staff, so your fundraising page will reflect all donations you have received, both online and offline.

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