On Friday, Oct. 12, those expecting just another visit to the Greenwood Athletic and Tennis Club will be pleasantly surprised; an estimated 350 people will participate in one of the 11 indoor cycling classes. 25 Century Riders, who ride all 12 hours for the annual Brent’s Place Roadless Ride, will help fundraise to reach the $105,000 goal. Pedaling will start at 6 a.m.
According to Barbara Lubbers, Greenwood Athletic and Tennis Club’s assistant general manager, “Every year we look forward to partnering with Brent’s Place to help the children and their families who stay there while undergoing treatment for cancer and other life-threatening illnesses. For every $120 we raise, the needs of one family can be met for one day. It is an incredible event to assist a worthy organization.”
Sean Meyerhoffer, Brent’s Place CEO, believes: “Each and every rider can make a difference for the families that call Brent’s Place home.” Last year, the Roadless Ride raised enough funds to provide housing and support programs for seven family stays, which average 131 nights per family.
For more information on how to raise funds as part of the Roadless Ride, visit give.classy.org/roadless18 or contact Lauren Ellison at firstname.lastname@example.org, 720-343-2815 or visit GreenwoodATC.com. The event will be held at Greenwood Athletic and Tennis Club, 5801 South Quebec Street in Greenwood Village.
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