Surrey YMCA spins up for kids

Nov. 2 fundraiser includes entertainment, food, prizes.

Cyclists from all over Greater Vancouver are getting geared up for the YMCA Spin for Strong Kids Nov. 2, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Participants will come together at the Tong Louie Family YMCA, 14988 57 Ave., for the first-annual spin.

Funds raised from the event will benefit children who need to access programs at the YMCA.

There are six one-hour spin classes to choose from, and all classes will feature music, entertainment, prizes, food, beverages and more.

An individual spin is $25, teams of six can sign up for $125 and an endurance spin – where a team of six will ride for six hours consecutively – must raise $1,000.

For more information, contact Julia Doherty at the Tong Louie Family YMCA at 604-575-5507.

Surrey North Delta Leader

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