Freestyle Programs

Freestyle Athletes Ride for a Cause

by
Amanda Revman
2013-05-13 11:20
 

PARK CITY, Utah (May 13) - Freestyle aerial athletes Allison Lee (Manchester, CT) and Maddie Gorelik (Park City, UT) are participating in a century ride on May 19th. The 100-mile bike ride is a fundraiser with 100 percent of the proceeds going to One Fund Boston, a charity dedicated to those affected by the Boston Marathon bombings on April 15th.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Freestyle aerial athletes Allison Lee (Manchester, CT) and Madison Gorelik (Park City, UT) are participating in a fundraising century ride on May 19th in Park City, UT.
  • Allison Lee earned a fifth-place finish this season at the Bukovel World Cup, as well as three top-15 World Cup finishes.
  • Madison Gorelik earned three top-20 World Cup finishes this season.
  • A century ride consists of a 100-mile road bike ride in less than 12 hours.
  • All proceeds will be donated to One Fund Boston.
  • To support their ride, click here.

 

 

QUOTES
Allison Lee

Boston has a special place in my heart. My family is from there and many of them live there now. When the Boston Marathon bombings happened on a day that is supposed to be one of the greatest days in Boston, I knew I had to do something. This Century Ride seemed like a great way to give back.