Victoria MitoCanada Spinathon @ BDHQ

by MitoCanada Foundation

  • Saturday, 23 February 2019 from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM (PST)
  • BDHQ 586 Johnson Street, Victoria, BC V8W1M3

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Overview

On Saturday, February 23rd, we will be working our Mitochondria to spin our pedals all while raising awareness and funds for MitoCanada. 

LIMITED SPACE AVAILABLE!

The spinathon will consist of 4 hours of high energy sessions! It will be split into 4 different sets taught by 4 amazing instructors with loads of giveaways and some head to head competition for those who want an extra adrenaline kick!  

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Details

Cost: $40

Where: BDHQ Victoria  (586 Johnson St)

When: Doors open at 8:30am for setup and spinning 9:00am - 1:00pm

What you need to bring: water bottle + fuel + towel + SMILE

Other details:

- high energy instructors to keep you on your toes!

- Some snacks will be provided, but plan to bring your favourite fuel

- Sweet SWAG for all participants

Thank you to our Supporters: BDHQ and BFL

Attendees View All (17)

Peggy Elliott

Lanny Wilson

Suzanne Wilson

Susan Lindquist

Natasha Dunne

+ 1 guest

Peggy Hunter

Anonymous

Pam Smith

Anonymous

Kelly Campo

Heather Christie

Karen Etches

Goal Progress

Ticket Proceeds

$720

Attendees

17

Days to Buy

7

BDHQ
586 Johnson Street, Victoria, BC V8W1M3

23 February 2019
Saturday, 23 February 2019 9:00 AM (PST)

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About This Charity

The MitoCanada Foundation is Canada’s only registered charity focused on mitochondrial disease. MitoCanada exists to transform the outlook, quality of life and sense of community for people impacted by mitochondrial disease through education, awareness, support and transformational patient focused research. MitoCanada envisions a future where Canadians impacted by mitochondrial disease feel inspired, empowered and supported until a cure is found. Since 2010, MitoCanada has helped dedicate over $1 million to fund leading Canadian research.