Help Cleveland Clinic, Indians raise funds for VeloSano, get nifty Indians bike jersey
The Cleveland Indians have partnered with VeloSano for their first annual bike for a cure, an event created to raise money for cancer research at the Cleveland Clinic.
The event will run July 19-20, and the Indians will send out their own team, including CEO Paul Dolan. All participants will join various Cleveland Indians employees and bike anywhere from 25 to 100 miles.
All who sign up will receive a free Cleveland Indians bike jersey for the event.
Those who are interested in receiving a Cleveland Indians bicycle jersey but are unable to participate in VeloSano’s event have an alternative option.
Such fans have the chance to help the Cleveland Clinic and the Cleveland Indians by joining their virtual riding team and raising $1,000.00 for cancer research. All fans who raise $1,000.00 will earn a free bike jersey.
Cleveland Indians Director of Baseball Information and Indians VeloSano team captain, Bart Swain, said all fans are encouraged to participate, regardless of their location.
“We have seen a lot of interest in obtaining our Indians bike jersey from people unable to ride in the event or live outside the Northeast Ohio area,” he said. “This is a great way to raise awareness and funds for the event.”
For more information on VeloSano’s event and to learn more about how you can snag a Cleveland Indians bicycle jersey, visit http://ccf.convio.net/site/TR/VeloSano/General/1953769205?pg=team&fr_id=1500&team_id=3180&_ga=1.154679544.1194843621.1393031316.