September 14, 2019 8:00 am
The Inaugural Tour de Pier Seattle, one of the most unique fundraisers in the U.S., will be making its Pacific Northwest debut on September 14 at Lake Union Park. The award-winning stationary cycling event will benefit a trio of important nonprofit cancer organizations: Virginia Mason Cancer Institute; the Hirshberg Foundation for Pancreatic Cancer Research and the Uncle Kory Foundation.
The Tour de Pier Seattle brings one of the “hottest” indoor fitness activities – stationary cycling – to the gorgeous outdoors. Cyclists will be overlooking the stunning Lake Union and the downtown Seattle skyline while pedaling to defeat cancer. Seattle’s best instructors and celebrity guests will spin riders through a five-hour session with energizing music and loads of excitement.
In addition to cycling, the public can enjoy a free Health & Fitness Expo, live entertainment, great tunes, healthy food and beverages, as well as interactive health & fitness booths.
HOW IT WORKS: Participants register to reserve a bike for five one-hour sessions. Recruit up to four teammates or ride solo. Registration fee per rider is $150 and will include a bike, event shirt, and participant gift bag. Each bike team must raise a minimum of $750 (registration fees will count toward the $750).
Register now at www.seattletourdepier.com!