As a way to raise funds in advance of the upcoming Ride 2 Survive – a 400-km, one-day bike ride from Kelowna to Delta set for June 20 – employees at Performance Integrated Health took part in an eight-hour spin relay Monday.
Kelsy Kunzli – a massage therapist at Performance Integrated Health – is set to take part in the Ride 2 Survive for a third year, and she spent the most time on the bike Monday, clocking a six-hour shift. Her colleagues, meanwhile, took one-hour turns riding alongside her.
Donations for the ride – proceeds from which benefit cancer research – were collected on-site during the relay, while tickets for a Ride 2 Survive raffle draw were also sold. Tickets for the draw ($20 each) will continue to be sold until the June 20 ride.
Top prize is a 2015 Honda Fit; second prize is two Air Canada tickets to anywhere in North America, Hawaii and the Caribbean, and third prize is a three-hour flight simulator experience.
For more on the Ride 2 Survive, visit www.ride2survive.ca