Ride Like Dean: Charity SoulCycle Ride!
Thursday, August 14, 2014 from 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
We're super excited to announce that we're hosting a charity SoulCycle ride in honor of our Dad, Dean Eberling, who many of you know was an avid cycler & mountain biker.
On Thursday, August 14th, 2014, we'll be throwing a cardio party at SoulCycle Short Hills in support of Tuesday's Children- a non-profit organization that benefits the children and families who lost loved ones in the events of 9/11. It's an organization we've been involved with as volunteers and as participants over the years, and they continue to develop programs that benefit over 10,000 individuals who were also effected by the tradegy of that day.
So, we hope you'll join us in tapping it back and rocking it out in an extra special SoulCycle session, and RIDE LIKE DEAN!
Cori & Lauren
Here's everything you need to know:
- LOCATION:SoulCycle Short Hills, 770 Morris Turnpike, Short Hills, NJ 07078
- TIME: Class begins at 7:30pm, but you can plan to arrive anytime after 7pm. Reception to follow after class!
- Attire: Anything you'd normally wear to spin or workout, and don't forget a pair of socks! Free shoe rental & a bottle of water will be provided by SoulCycle.
- CREATE AN ACCOUNT: If you've never been to a SoulCycle Class before, be sure to create an account online ahead of the class. You'll also need to fill out a "New Rider Waiver", which you can fill out when you arrive at the studio.
- Visit https://www.soul-cycle.com/studios/sh/29/ for more info on SoulCycle Short Hills
Now, here's the REALLY important part!
RESERVING A BIKE:
In order to reserve a bike, all you need to do is make a donation with your purchase of a "free" ticket. Anyone who knew our Dad knew that he was extremely philanthropic, constantly giving to the causes near & dear to his heart. Since we're channeling his energy in our ride, we ask that you do the same when making a donation!
To give a little perspective, a session at SoulCycle would nomally run you $32. If you can find that to spare in addition to whatever you're able to give- we'd be off to a great start! And to sweeten the pot, whatever we can collectively raise when you all reserve bikes, the Eberling family will match! If we all work together, we can hand a hearty & well-deserved donation to Tuesday's Children.
There are 50 bikes up for grabs- so please sign up and donate as soon as you can! Bike reservations end Sunday, August 10th at 11:30pm (or until all 50 bikes are taken).
Also, please let us know if you have a preference of where in the room you'd like to ride (front, middle, or back row). We'll be submitting a final bike list to SoulCyle ahead of the class.
Also, if you're not in the area or can't attend the class but still want to make a donation, please send us a message and we'll let you know how you can help!
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Cori & Lauren Eberling on behalf of Tuesday's Children
About Tuesday's Children:
Tuesday’s Children was founded to foster long term healing in families directly impacted by the events of September 11th. Our mission today is to keep the promise to those families while serving and supporting all families affected by acts of terror worldwide.
Out of the hundreds of organizations that were formed after September 11th, Tuesday’s Children is among the handful that are left today to help those directly impacted by the tragedy. Formed by individuals within the community, family members and partners impacted by 9/11 and dedicated to supporting children who lost a parent, Tuesday’s Children initially focused on family engagement, mentoring and resilience. We continue to expand in the decade after 9/11 and provide services to families who experienced a loss, responders who worked in recovery efforts, veterans of post 9/11 military operations, children from around the world impacted by terrorism, and other local and regional communities experiencing tragedy.