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Set Your Fitness and Fundraising Goals with Cycle for Hope

Article / Review by on January 6, 2012 – 8:21 pmNo Comments

Set Your Fitness and Fundraising Goals with Cycle for Hope
Feb. 4 cycling fundraiser benefits Golisano Children’s Hospital and Camp Good Days

Worried that your New Year’s resolutions are already falling by the wayside? Signing up for the Cycle for Hope cycling fundraiser is perfect way to jump-start your goals for better health and community-mindedness. This fundraising event, which will benefit Golisano Children’s Hospital at the University of Rochester Medical Center and Camp Good Days and Special Times, is open to anyone 16 and older. Participants can spin on a stationary bicycle, anywhere between one and six hours, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 4.

Set Your Fitness and Fundraising Goals with Cycle for Hope

A donation of $20 per hour is requested and participants are encouraged to reach out to friends and family members for sponsorships. Visit to get started with a personalized fundraising page today.

Clubs involved with Cycle for Hope, from Rochester, Buffalo and Ithaca, are included below:

As Reported by:

Penfield Post

Participating Rochester Area Clubs

Participating Buffalo Area Clubs

·         Gold’s Gym2745 Seneca St., Buffalo; call (716) 824-4653

·         Spring Creek Athletic Club243 W. Main St. # 4, Springville; (716) 592-2000

·         Terrie’s Workout Center1473 Hertel Ave., Buffalo; (716) 833-6529

Participating Ithaca Area Clubs

·         The Gym, 1767 East Shore Drive, Ithaca; (607) 220-8390

·         Wright Fitness & Cycling,2255 N Triphammer Road, Ithaca; (607) 227-8043

*  The above story is adapted from materials provided by University of Rochester Medical Center


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