The fourth annual Cycle for Survival is taking place Saturday, February 9, at Equinox in the Loop. The national, indoor cycling event helps to raise money to fund cancer research — particularly rare varieties such as pancreatic, sarcoma, and ovarian cancers.
Here's how it works: Simply put together a team and register to ride for a four-hour shift, with a max of eight riders per bike. Or, if you're really ambitious, ride the entire thing on your own. Next, set a goal and start fundraising. As a thank-you for your good will, time, and devotion, you and your teammates will receive complimentary fitness classes (if you have the energy) and massages the same day. How's that for a workout you can really feel good about?
Session Times: 8 a.m. to noon and 1 to 5 p.m.
Register: At Cycle for Survival
Equinox The Loop, 200 West Monroe Street (at Wells); 312-252-3100.
Photo: Courtesy of Equinox