On Saturday, September 14, 2019, the award-winning stationary cycling charity event Tour de Pier will be making its Pacific Northwest debut, with proceeds to benefit a trio of nonprofit cancer charities: Virginia Mason Cancer Institute; the Hirshberg Foundation for Pancreatic Cancer Research and the Uncle Kory Foundation.
The Tour de Pier Seattle brings one of the “hottest” indoor fitness activities – stationary cycling – to the gorgeous outdoors. Cyclists will be overlooking stunning Lake Union near downtown Seattle while pedaling to defeat cancer. Seattle’s best instructors and celebrity guests will spin riders through a five-hour session with energizing music and loads of excitement. In addition to cycling, the public can enjoy a free Health & Fitness Expo, live entertainment, great tunes, healthy food and beverages, as well as interactive health & fitness booths.
How It Works:
Participants register to reserve a bike for five one-hour sessions. Recruit up to four teammates or ride solo. Registration fee per rider is $150 and will include a bike, event shirt and participant gift bag.
Each bike team must raise a minimum of $750 (registration fees will count toward the $750). Online registration closes on Thursday, August 15 at midnight or as space permits.