RIDE VS ONE

One spin class for one hour to build one school in Ethiopia.   

RIDE VS ONE was founded to subvert traditional fundraising models & events. Instead of a fancy gala, what if we sweat together?  What if we traded tuxes and makeup for shorts and sweat? What if we levelled the playing field and made the event for everyone? From this ethos, RIDE VS ONE was born. We deliver the same impact you’d expect at a black tie even, just more laid back...and way more fun!

 
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BE 1 OF 40 Riders

Be one of the 40 bad ass, dynamic riders who are committed to transforming education and elevating leadership on the planet.  Raising $10,000 to build a school has never been done -- until June 3 2016.  Join us to make history and revolutionize how imagine1day creates futures for thousands of Ethiopian children. Every donation directly builds the school project, Tule Ade; and 100% of the money benefits the charity. To be one of the 40 riders, simply commit to fundraising $2000 by May 28 2016.

 

All registered riders will be randomly seated for the event - no special requests can be made

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event details

Date: Friday, June 3 2016 @ 7 PM
Bikes: There are ONLY 40! Limited spaces available!
The Ride: A sweaty 60 min spin class. Beginners welcome!
Location: A top secret, very iconic location in downtown Vancouver
Entry Ticket: $2000 per bike (fundraised as a team or independently)

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imagine1day: The Cause

The 2016 RIDE VS ONE will benefit imagine1day, an organization that builds schools and transform communities in Ethiopia.  They give access for girls to attend school and the money raised supports a three-year program for the entire community. We love that 100% of the money goes directly to school projects thanks to Chip & Shannon Wilson who pay for all administration & operational costs.

Your money goes to building the school, training teachers, buying school supplies, sports equipment, gender specific bathrooms (very important for girls to be granted permission to attend school), and much more.