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The Norma Livingston Ovarian Cancer Foundation has announced details of the 7th Annual Ovarian Cycle Birmingham Ride to Change the Future.  It is a 6-hour indoor cycling event dedicated to raising funds to support much-needed ovarian cancer research.  The Ovarian Cycle takes place Sunday Feb. 23, 2014, at the Levite Jewish Community Center

There are several ways to participate.
  • Participants can register as individuals and ride for any increment between 1 and 6 hours.
  • Participants can register as part of a team and ride for any increment between 1 and 6 hours.
  • Fundraising minimums are $600 for 5-6 hours, $400 for 3-4 hours or $200 for 1-2 hours.

Registration is $50, but survivors do not have to pay the fee.

There are several FREE training rides available before the event:
  • Saturday, Jan. 11 (1 hour) 8am Sweat & Gears
  • Sunday Jan. 19th  (2 hours)12:30-2:30 LJCC
  • Saturday, Jan.25 (2hours)8:30-10:30 Metro Fitness, Montgomery, Al
  • Saturday Jan. 25th (2 hours) 10:30-12:30 Hoover Rec
  • Sunday February 2nd (3 hours) 2:00-5:00 Inspire Fitness
  • Sunday February 9th  (3 hours) 12:30-3:30 LJCC
  • Saturday February 15th (4 hours) 9:30-1:30 Gold's Gym Vestavia
  • Sunday, February 16th  (2 hours)  3:00-5:00pm Metro Fitness, Montgomery AL

To learn more about the Norma Livingston Ovarian Cancer Foundation please visit www.nlovca.org

 

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