Philly Cyclists Come Together For Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Philly Cyclists Come Together For Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Philly Cyclists Come Together For Breast Cancer Awareness Month

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Philadelphia, PACity Fitness Brest Cancer - City Fitness Philadelphia is excited to announce that it has partnered with YSC Tour de Pink on Sunday, October 17th, to raise awareness and funds for the Young Survival Coalition (YSC). The non-profit organization is dedicated to supporting and educating young adults affected by breast cancer.


City Fitness Philadelphia Brings Cyclists Together

City Fitness Philadelphia is hosting “Tour de City Fitness” at three gym locations, East Market, Logan Square, and Fishtown. These three clubs are hosting an in-person Shift cycling class for both members and non-members to ride in support of young adults affected by breast cancer. The fitness clubs encourage donations for the event, and all proceeds will go to YSC. You can donate to YSC on behalf of City Fitness here. You can use the link here to sign up for the event, wear pink, and ride for a great cause.

Young Survival Coalition is dedicated to the critical issues unique to young adults diagnosed with breast cancer. One of the ways YSC supports its mission is by hosting its annual Tour de Pink outdoor, one-day cycling event. By teaming up with YSC, City Fitness happily brings an indoor variation of the event, “Tour de City Fitness”, to three gym locations.

The event will be on October 17th from 12 pm- 1 pm. In addition to the three-club cycling event, City Fitness Philadelphia will also be selling pink City Fitness shirts. For October, a portion of the proceeds from sales of the pink shirts will go directly to the Young Survival Coalition.

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