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Ovarian Cycle Atlanta

Ride to Change the FutureŽ
10th Anniversary Ride
Saturday, March 22, 2014

This event is now closed. To register for OCRF's Ovarian Cycle Atlanta Ride to Change the Future 2015, please click here.

Event Location:
Midtown Athletic Club
135 Interstate North Parkway NW
Atlanta, GA 30339

Event Time:
March 22, 2014
9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

The Ovarian Cycle Atlanta Ride to Change the FutureŽ is a 6-hour indoor cycling event dedicated to raising funds to support much-needed ovarian cancer research.

Here's how it works!

In order to participate in the event, participants must pay a $50 registration fee. (Survivors do not have to pay a registration fee to participate in the event.)

-Participants can register as individuals and ride for 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 6 hours, or $400 for less.

Once you have registered, you will be given your own page to personalize and use for fundraising.

With the registration fee, you will receive an event t-shirt and gift bag loaded with goodies, plus an unforgettable day complete with food, refreshments, and other surprises in an energy-filled room packed with people riding for the cause!

FREE training rides will take place prior to the event, so you can build confidence and endurance for the final ride.

Riders must raise the fundraising minimum required to participate PRIOR to the final ride.

If you aren't able to attend or are unable to ride, you can participate as a virtual rider to support the cause!

There is no registration fee and no fundraising minimum for virtual riders. Virtual riders will not have a bike reserved at the event. To sign up as a virtual rider, be sure to "Virtual Rider" when you register.

For more information, please contact Tara Cain at

For sponsorship information, please contact Danielle Dull at

To view a list of all 2013 and 2014 Ovarian Cycle rides and locations, please click here.

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Special Thanks to:
Cancer Treatment Centers of America, Southeastern Medical Center Logo