Equinox holds @cycle4survival @MetLifeStadium in #COVID19 raising money for rare #cancer research @sloan_kettering ~ @equinox #CycleforSurvival

Courtesy: cycleforsurvival Instagram
Courtesy: equinox Instagram

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Equinox teams up Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center once again today and this weekend to raise money for rare cancer research in its annual event that’s Cycle For Survival, the only thing different this year is instead of several days across Equinox gyms in the New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut tri-state area because of COVID19, Cycle For Survival took their annual fundraising event to MetLife Stadium at the Meadowlands.

As Daniel plus Lauren witnessed Cycle For Survival also while doing other work, thousands participated to advance rare cancer research where in most cases, riders were riding for a loved one who was sick, or died of a rare cancer, Cycle For Survival honors those fallen angels where $1,000 minimum is asked to ride, and 100 percent of the proceeds go to Memorial Sloan Kettering, the oldest and largest private cancer with exceptional care since 1884, continuing outreach and innovative research of rare cancer diseases.

Since 2007, Cycle For Survival has raised $280 million for rare cancer research, and this MetLife Stadium socially distanced experience out on the very same turf where the New York Giants play kept the cancer-killing efforts alive and stronger than ever, you can also participate in the Cycle For Survival Virtual Experience on May 15, where not only you can ride and donate from home, but also invite your family and friends to join in the effort.

Daniel Quintanilla

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