Spin For A Cause 2021
June 12, 2021 5-8 PM
Spin For A Cause is an outdoor stationary bike event located at 609 F Street in Anchorage. All bikes will be 6 feet apart and participants will follow EMERGENCY ORDER 20 – ATTACHMENT D. All individuals shall wear a mask or face covering continuously when arriving.
We ride for advocacy.
We ride for our future.
We ride as one.
F&H Fitness Studio est. 2013
Our 5th annual fundraiser #SpinForACause is HERE! This fun and impactful event brings members of the community together to support a local non-profit and we want YOU to join us. We set up our stationary spin bikes in downtown Anchorage, bring out your favorite vendors, and ride together for hours. Some bikes end the night at 50+ miles!
BIKE SPONSORSHIP: • Each sponsored bike will need a team of 3 Riders • Riders will spin in 45 increments
FRONT ROW: $500SOLD OUT SECOND ROW: $450SOLD OUT THIRD ROW: $400SOLD OUT FOURTH ROW: $350SOLD OUT Donations can be made at COVEYCARES.ORG ** Please include "SFAC + THE TEAM OR BUSINESS YOU ARE REPRESENTING" ** Example: SFAC Team F&H
FAQ I want to donate but don't want to RIDE: - No problem! We have plenty of RIDERS who can represent your business, thank you for your sponsorship! Simply fill out the registration form and select "sponsor a team" under bike sponsorship. How many people do I need on my team?: - 3 Team Members (Three 50 minute increments with 10 minute sanitation intervals between riders) What time do we need to arrive?: - 15-30 minutes early THE RIDE BEGINS AT 5:00PM How do we know what bike is mine?: - We will have customized signs on all bikes Are masks required?: - Riders will not wear a mask during exercise. How do I register?: - Fill in all answers below and complete donations here NO LATER THAN June 1, 2021
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