CycleNation Chicago | June 13,2018
The second annual CycleNation Chicago, held on June 13th, was a massive success! The event grew to over 500 guests from Chicago’s business, medical, social and media communities riding in teams of four-eight relay style on over 125 bikes. Emceed by professional speaker, author and television commentator, Laura Schwartz, this live event included a passionate and inspiring stroke survivor speaker, as well as a dynamic and uniquely created performance by the Hot Chocolate Poetry group. The event was chaired by two executive leaders, Ted Dunham and Jeff Malehorn, from GE Healthcare and raised over $300,000 to support research and community programs to reduce stroke and heart disease.
Get Out and #EnjoyTheRide | May 14, 2018
Happy National Cycling Day! We are currently celebrating at the Amgen Tour of California! We are having a great time interacting with all these cycling enthusiasts at such a fantastic event. Remember- get out on your bikes and share your love of cycling with us today!
Grab a friend and get out on your bike or go take an indoor cycling class but don’t forget to #EnjoyTheRide! Let America know you are committed to stopping the cycle of heart disease and stroke and help us spread the word by posting on social media using #CycleNation.
CycleNation Ride | April 28,2018
American Heart Association volunteers took to the road on April 28, 2018 to celebrate our power to get brain and heart healthy through cycling!
The 25 mile and 65 mile routes took in the scenic views of Livermore, CA and ended at the beautiful Wente Vineyards. More than 200 riders pedaled with a purpose and will raise $340,000+ towards the life-saving mission of the American Heart Association | American Stroke Association.
Weren’t able to make the ride? That’s ok! You can celebrate with us annually on the second Monday in May in the push to help get America more active.
Grab a friend and get out on your bike on May 14 or go take an indoor cycling class but don’t forget to #EnjoyTheRide! Let America know you are committed to stopping the cycle of heart disease and stroke and help us spread the word by posting on social media using #CycleNation.
Posts can encourage any type of cycling (road, indoor, etc.) or you can even post a throwback from the day you learned to ride a bike! Let America know you are committed to stopping the cycle of heart disease and stroke.