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Pedal for Pediatric Transplant

Friday, April 27 - Friday, April 27, 2018 | 6:30 pm - 6:30 pm

SoulCycle Palo Alto600 Stanford Shopping CenterPalo Alto, CA 94304

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Pedal for Pediatric Transplant is an indoor cycling event hosted by the Pediatric Transplant Center at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford. Join them on April 27 to get your heart pumping for a great cause!

How to get Involved:

  1. Register to ride: Register to join us for our one hour ride and raise a minimum of $250. (You will receive a personal fundraising page upon registering.) Space is limited, so reserve your spot ASAP.
  2. Ride in spirit: If you can't make it to the class but still want to show your support, register as a "virtual rider" and join in on the fundraising efforts.
  3. Donate: If you would simply like to donate to the cause, visit our donation page.

There is no registration fee for riders; we simply ask that riders raise a minimum of $250. Share on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Let's get spinning!

All funds raised will support social services for transplant patients at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford.

Register as a rider, as a virtual rider, or make a gift to support transplant patients at Packard Children's.

For more information about Pedal for Pediatric Transplant, please contact Debra Strichartz at DStrichartz@stanfordchildrens.org

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