GENESEO — Cycle Craze held its second annual in the Cycle For Hope fundraiser on Saturday to benefit Camp Good Days and Golisano Children’s Hospital.
The fundraiser, now an annual tradition at the studio at 109 Main Street is a 6-hour spinning marathon during which riders pledge $25 or more for every hour spent spinning. This year, the fundraiser drew over 75 participants, generating $4,800 for those affected by cancer.
“The Cycle for Hope was a great success,” said Deb Jerris, the owner of Cycle Craze. “Cancer has impacted all of us in so many ways. Bringing people together to raise money for Camp Good Days and Golisano’s Children’s hospital made spinning even more special.”
This was Cycle Craze’s second year doing the Cycle for Hope. They raised $800 more than they did last year.
Golisano Children’s Hospital provides care for over 84,000 children and their families annually from across New York State.
Camp Good Days, a free-of-charge summer camp that serves children touched by cancer and other challenges, has assisted more than 46,200 campers from 22 states and 31 foreign countries.