Fitness for a cause? There's no better way to break a sweat. Join me on California's Santa Monica pier on June 3rd from 11am - 4pm for a heart-pumping and heartwarming spinning event aimed at sending 20 inner-city schools to camp this year. It's called Pedal On The Pier and I'll be there with Lady Foot Locker, pedaling my heart out and interviewing celebity attendees and riders that have come to show their support for The Harold Robinson Foundation.
Who's Gonna Be There?
Me, of course! As well as Perez Hilton, Hilary Duff, Evander Holyfield, and Kat Graham just to name a few. Most importantly there will be 100 stationary bikes, all with charitable riders on them focused on clocking 100 miles by 4pm. And you won't just hear bikers panting because there will be music from bands, hot DJ’s and celebrity musical guest performances.
Does It Cost Anything To Ride?
Yes, because it's a fundraiser. Each rider/team must raise a minimum of $2,500 to go towards the Harold Robinson Foundation. But it doesn't all have to come out of your pocket. You can hit people up...like your friends, office mates and even your grandma. Don't wanna ride? No problem. Non-rider tickets cost $100 which gives you access to the event and all the excitement, although I might get on your case for not breaking a sweat with me!
Why It's Worth Your Time, Sweat & Money
Because you'll be helping to provide underprivileged children with an enriching social & learning experience that they'd otherwise never get. This means a safe, nurturing and non-competitive environment where they will experience nature and participate in diverse recreational programs designed to strengthen confidence, build character and develop leadership skills.
How To Snag A Bike
It's really quite easy. REGISTER HERE to start a team, join a team or ride on your own.
What The Heck To Wear
Workout gear from Lady Foot Locker, of course! And don't forget to look for me! I'll be there with my camera crew, decked in my own Lady Foot Locker getup, making sure everyone is Styled Up 2 Shape Up for the ride.