MS Hope for a Cure, Flywheel, and the New York City – Southern NY Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society have joined together for an exciting indoor cycling event.
For one day only, on Sunday, March 15, MS Cycle for a Cure – A Ride for Research will raise awareness and critical funds for multiple sclerosis research. This event kicked into gear in 2013 in New York City and over the past two years has raised more than $200,000!
MS Cycle for a Cure – A Ride for Research is the brainchild of Elissa J. Levy (EJ), founder and president of MS Hope for a Cure, who is living with MS. The event was created to raise awareness and bring together people living with MS, Centers for Comprehensive MS Care, doctors and staff, pharmaceutical companies, and researchers for an inspiring event.
“The goal of this ride is to bring the entire MS community together,” says Levy. “Though our bikes are stationary, our progress is not. Every dollar raised brings us closer to a breakthrough to find a cure for this disease.”
“We are very pleased to continue this partnership,” says Robin Einbinder, chapter president. “MS Cycle for a Cure not only raises important funds for research but also raises awareness about multiple sclerosis, a disease that tries to stop people from moving.”
Hosted at Flywheel – Lincoln Square, the event will offer participants four hours of dedicated, high energy cycling led by a series of dynamic instructors.
WHAT: MS Cycle for a Cure – A Ride for Research
WHEN: Sunday, March 15, 2015, Registration at 1:30pm
WHERE: Flywheel, 150 Amsterdam Avenue, NYC
WHY: Proceeds will support the National MS Society’s NOW campaign for research.
REGISTRATION: Visit: http://MSHope.donorpages.com/2015NYCCycleforaCure/
About MS Hope for a Cure
MS Hope for a Cure’s mission is to raise money to find a cure for multiple sclerosis and to support those individuals living with MS, and their families until a cure is found. Since its inception in 2007, MS Hope has raised more than $5.7 million and in turn has funded 55 grants. For more information, visit www.mshopeforacure.org