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The Ovarian Cycle Birmingham Ride to Change the Future

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The Ovarian Cycle Birmingham Ride to Change the Future is a 6-hour indoor cycling event to raise money for ovarian cancer research. 

On the day of the ride, each hour will be led by a different instructor who will use fun and upbeat music to keep you motivated. There are prizes given away, as well as a gift bag and commemorative t-shirt for each participant. The idea is to have fun and raise money! 

If you aren't able to attend or are unable to ride, you can be 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 click the third registration option.

-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 5-6 hours, $400 for 3-4 hours, or $200 for 1-2 hours. 

If, after registering, you wish to change the number of hours of your ride, you may do so by contacting OCRF at 212-268-1002.

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