San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
This event will be a private charity ride for Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation. Everything is the same as any other Soul Cycle class only ALL of the proceeds go to fund pediatric cancer research. It will be a great ride and help kids with cancer too. Soul Cycle will provide spin shoes at no charge and I'll make sure you have water. It will be a blast, good for your body, and good for your soul. :)
Here's a link to the charity site if you're still curious: http://www.alexslemonade.org/
For the die hard Soul Cyclers, You will be able to choose your bike when you arrive.
The instructor is Jenny C, it's going to be a sweet ride!
Parking is as follows:
1. SoulCycle Assisted Parking: Access garage on Dayton Way, between El Camino Alley and N Beverly Dr. (across from Il Fornaio restaurant). Proceed to P4 for SoulCycle Assisted Parking. Once you've parked, follow the SoulCycle signage and gray pathway which will let you out at the Gersh building next door to SoulCycle. 2 hours free with SoulCycle validation. For a step-by-step guide, click here.
2. Free Public Parking at Public Gardens Parking Garage: Access garage on N Beverly Dr, between Wilshire Blvd and Dayton Way. Proceed to P2 for public parking. Garage is across the street and around the corner from SoulCycle. 2 hours free public parking.
3. Beverly Hills street parking.
When & Where
If you don't know me, I'm Annie and I have been training for a half marathon with Team Lemon in January. Team Lemon is the athletic group that raises funds for Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation. I am very proud to be a part of this charity. I am also very proud to be training for a good cause. I use Soul Cycle classes to cross train with running outside. Luckily, they were able to allow me to create this fundraising event combining my two favorite things. This event will help me meet my fundraising goal and funds raised will go directly to the foundation. No one wants to think that little kids have to suffer through cancer, but they do. The money we raise goes to make sure that treatments will be created in the future for life threatening diseases today.