This summer we have partnered with Maine-based sportswear company Atayne to provide unique apparel items for our Triathletes. All items are made using non-toxic dyes and as much recycled material as possible. A percentage of each purchase will be used to support the Tri for a Cure.
I’ve been training for the bike portion of the Tri for a Cure for about 9 weeks now with weekly spin classes and I’ve really been enjoying it. I wasn’t sure how much I would. Not having regularly exercised in about 5 years, I was pretty intimidated to go to a spin class. Luckily, I knew that a friend of mine, Jenna Greenleaf, was an instructor, and she encouraged me to try her spin class at Body by John.
Reminder for all relay team Captains!
You must have your team completed and registered before May 1st.
No additional registrations can be accepted after that date!
Starting Monday night on PBS: "Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies" a documentary based on the award-winning book. We strongly recommend this series to anyone interesting in learning about the history- and future of cancer in our world.