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Virtual Spinning Event

Sign up to spin on your own time. This can be done on an indoor spinning bike or outside on a bicycle.
Live Spinning Event

9 AM Ride

03/20 9:00AM EDT - 10:00AM EDT Held at Elevate Fitness in Dewitt. Sign up to spin for 1, 2, 3 or 4hrs.
Live Spinning Event

10 AM Ride

03/20 10:00AM EDT - 11:00AM EDT Held at Elevate Fitness in Dewitt. Sign up to spin for 1, 2, or 3 hrs.
Live Spinning Event

11 AM Ride

03/20 11:00AM EDT - 12:00PM EDT Held at Elevate Fitness in Dewitt. Sign up to spin for 1 or 2 hrs.
Live Spinning Event

12 PM Ride

03/20 12:00PM EDT - 1:00PM EDT Held at Elevate Fitness in Dewitt. Sign up to spin for 1hr.
Description

An indoor spinning event now in its 6th year, Pedaling 4 Paige is a great way to have fun while raising funds to fight pediatric cancer! Proceeds from Pedaling 4 Paige support local pediatric cancer research and patient programs for kids and families fighting cancer at Upstate Golisano Children’s Hospital in Syracuse, NY.

Pedaling 4 Paige is going hybrid with a VIRTUAL and LIVE event option. There will only be 11 bikes available for each live session for a total of 44 spots.  Register online to spin for 1 hour in honor of children and families who have been touched by a diagnosis of pediatric cancer and other blood disorders. Participating in Pedaling 4 Paige is a perfect way to put your physical, mental and emotional energy towards something much bigger!

Post your pictures or videos on social media, tag Paige's Butterfly Run and use the hashtag #Pedaling4Paige2021.

THE STORY BEHIND THE ORGANIZATION

In 1993, Paige Yeomans Arnold was a seemingly healthy 6 year old first grader at Palmer Elementary School in Baldwinsville NY, when she was diagnosed with leukemia. Paige was then treated at what is now the Dr. William J. Waters Center for Children’s Cancer and Blood Disorders at Upstate Golisano Children’s Hospital in Syracuse NY. Paige ultimately underwent a bone marrow transplant in an effort to cure her leukemia at Boston Children’s Hospital in 1994. Sadly, complications from the transplant led to her death in August of that year.

In the Spring of 1997, Paige’s parents were approached by a group of teachers at Palmer Elementary that wished to honor Paige in what would have been her last year at the school. In short order, it was decided that a walk\run event would be organized. All proceeds were slated to benefit a college scholarship fund and the Center for Children’s Cancer and Blood Disorders in Paige’s memory. The butterfly was selected as a symbol of the event not only because she was so fond of them, but because they typified her: beautiful and gentle, but strong beyond imagining.

After hosting the event from 1997-2007 at Palmer Elementary, Paige’s Butterfly Run came to downtown Syracuse in 2008 with the Taste of Syracuse Festival.

Since its inception in 1997, Paige’s Butterfly Run has raised over $3,700,000 to support cancer research and patient programs at the William J. Waters Center for Children’s Cancer and Blood Disorders at Upstate Golisano Children’s Hospital. 

Pedaling 4 Paige Annual Photos

Sponsorship

Thank you to our generous sponsors! Click here to view our Pedaling 4 Paige sponsors for 2021.

We strive to make our annual Pedaling 4 Paige event more successful each year so we can help more children. Support from community organization’s is essential in helping make this happen. Sponsorship opportunities for Pedaling 4 Paige are available. If you’re interested in being a corporate sponsor or making an in-kind contribution, please contact us at info@pbrun.org.

Spinning event Website

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