The Parkinson Foundation and FLY | A Fitness Revolution will host a return of the Parkinson’s Revolution USA ride on Saturday, February 26, to raise funds and awareness for the one million Americans living with Parkinson’s disease.
“I ride for my mother!” said Brian Reetz, Lincoln volunteer and member of the Heartland Chapter advisory board, whose mother was diagnosed with Parkinson’s nearly 20 years ago. “We had so much fun doing the event last year, we’re doing it again at Lincoln.”
Research shows that exercise, including indoor cycling, can improve the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease and improve the quality of life for people with the disease. Every nine minutes, someone is diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease.
On February 26, in partnership with FLY | At Fitness Revolution, everyone will ride together to generate awareness and funds for the Parkinson’s Disease Foundation. All runners are invited to join the event and be part of this day of celebration.
This year’s event will take place on February 26 at Fly | a fitness revolution, 5025 Lindberg St. Check-in is 9:30 am; start time is 10am
For more information or questions about the event, contact Brian Reetz at 402-525-7026 or [email protected]
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