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Check out more photos from our amazing 2019 #PartyonaBike here! You do not want to miss this year's event!


Event Details:

Date: December 4, 2020

Location: House of Sports - 1 Elm Street, Ardsley, NY 10502

Teams can bring own indoor cycling shoes or wear tennis shoes. Each bike has pedals with cages or SPD compatibility. 

An update on our #partyonabike: We are pumped to give Fairfield/Westchester an exciting event to look forward to, and are proceeding with plans for an amazing ride. We are working with our event partners to ensure this event can happen with social distancing measures in place. Rest assured, spin4 crohn's & colitis cures Fairfield/Westchester will happen, even if it is in a modified form. We owe it to our IBD warriors, patients, caregivers, supporters, and community members to allow you to flex your #power2cure, while staying safe and having fun!

Event Schedule:

  • 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm - check in
  • 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm - cycling relay (each teammate rides for 30 minutes)
  • 8:30 pm - 10:00 pm - cool down reception & after party
For more information, contact Jennifer Jara at or #332-877-5535Bikes are limited, so don't wait to register! 

Registration & Fundraising Details:

Team Registration Fee - $40 ($10/teammate)

 $1,000 Team Fundraising Commitment

  • Up to 4 people per bike or you can ride solo for the entire 2 hours
  • Event T-shirt or tank top
  • Celebratory after party
  • Professional fundraising support and personal fundraising webpage

$2,500 Team Fundraising Commitment

  • Benefits listed above
  • Guarantees a front row bike (or bike of your choice)
  • Team vip (inner circle) swag
  • vip experience

Each bike has a fundraising commitment of $1,000 or $2,500 and can have up to 4 people rotating throughout the 2-hour slot. By registering for a bike, you are committing to raise $1,000 or $2,500.

More than 80 cents of every dollar raised goes towards breakthrough research, public and professional education, and patient support services in communities across the nation.

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