$14,451,370
2016 Fundraising Total
$8.3M 2012
$14M 2013
$20M 2014
$25M 2015

#1

$171,676.00

#2

$136,150.34

#3

$122,358.00

#4

$119,109.29

#5

$108,510.00

#6

$107,960.00

#7

$87,331.00

#8

$78,729.00

#9

$76,531.00

#10

$76,457.00

Top National Teams

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#1

$175,635.00

#2

$173,712.12

#3

$124,913.00

#4

$123,246.56

#5

$111,524.33

#6

$103,176.00

#7

$99,412.00

#8

$84,293.62

#9

$78,790.00

#10

$73,453.01

Why Ride?

Rare cancers include brain, pancreatic, stomach, ovarian, and thyroid cancers; leukemia and lymphoma; all pediatric cancers; and many others. Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center treats more than 400 subtypes of cancer each year, and every dollar raised by Cycle for Survival goes directly to lifesaving research at the institution.

Your support is helping patients worldwide by ensuring that rare cancers get the research funding they need and deserve.

Learn more about rare cancers

How It Works

  • Team

    1. Register

    Become a team captain and start a team—or register as a member of an existing team that you've been invited to join. Teams have 4-8 riders per bike.

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  • Raise Money

    2. Raise Money

    Each bike has a minimum fundraising requirement of $1,000, but the average team raises $5,000 per bike.

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  • Ride

    3. Ride!

    Each ride includes four back-to-back 50-minute sessions. Team members ride relay-style sharing a stationary bike.

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  • Research

    4. Research

    100% of every dollar raised goes directly to rare cancer research led by MSK within six months of the events.

    Read about our Impact

Every bike makes a difference

100%

of every dollar raised funds pioneering research led by Memorial Sloan Kettering, the world's oldest and largest private cancer center.

$90.0M

has been raised by Cycle for Survival since 2007 to beat rare cancers.

100+

clinical trials, research studies, and major research initiatives have been funded by Cycle for Survival.

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