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Parkinson's Revolution Hoboken, NJ

Date: Saturday, June 11, 2022 at 10:30 AM

Location: Prime Cycle: 33-41 Newark St, Floor 2 Hoboken NJ 07030 I Map

Ride Begins: Ride #1: 11:00 AM| Ride #2: 12:00 PM

Contact: Francesca Villa l Tel no. 646-388-7621 l fvilla@parkinson.org

Website: www.parkinson.org

PARKINSON’S REVOLUTION EVENT DETAILS – HOBOKEN

HOBOKEN COVID-19 Requirements: Unvaccinated participants are asked to wear masks during the event.  If you have been recently exposed to COVID-19 or are feeling sick, please join us virtually instead of attending this year’s event.

Ride Day Schedule

Please arrive at least 15 minutes before your scheduled ride time. Use that time to check-in, drop off donations and get ready for the class. Your class with be a 45-minute ride plus an opening and closing celebration that will all happen on the bike. The total time will be about 60 minutes.

Ride Times for Hoboken

 

11 AM

12 PM

Location & Parking

The Parkinson’s Revolution Hoboken take place at Prime Cycle + Body at 70 Hudson St. Hoboken, NJ 07030. If you have any questions or concerns about the specific location please email info@primecycle.com.

There is metered street parking along Sinatra drive, and a GMC parking garage two blocks away ($6/2 hours). The venue is a few blocks from the Hoboken PATH station if you are taking the train.

Check-In

Upon arrival check-in with our event staff to confirm your bike, drop off any check donations, pick up any earned rewards and get ready for the ride.

Shoes

Prime Cycle will have shoes available with SPD clip-in pedals. If you have your own SPD or Delta shoes, you are welcome to bring them to ride in!

What to Wear to Spin Class?

New to indoor cycling? You’ll want to wear comfortable clothes designed for exercising. Consider wearing tighter pants or shorts that won’t move around as you ride the bike. Wicking material (not cotton) is the best fabric for fitness – when you start sweating it wicks the moisture away from your skin so you can feel comfortable while you ride!

What to Expect at the 2022 Event:

Masks and hand sanitizer will be available throughout the spin studio location. Bikes will be sanitized between rides. This year we’ll also be utilizing QR codes on event that you can scan with your smartphone to learn more about our Parkinson’s resources.

Ride Day Tips:

  1. Drink lots of water before, during, and after your class. Staying hydrated is a BIG part of staying healthy.
  2. Eat a small snack 45 minutes before class, including morning classes! Exercising on a very full or empty stomach is not recommended.
  3. Check that your handlebar & seat settings are tightly in place and that your shoes are securely in your pedals. Ask the studio staff for help if it’s your first time riding – they’re experts and there to help you 😊.
  4. Please notify instructors before class if you have any injuries so that they can help accommodate & offer modifications.

On-Event Donations

Please remember Parkinson’s Revolution is a cashless event. Credit card donations can be made before the event online through your participant center. If you’d like to make a check donation you can bring that to the event and drop off with event staff.

Want to mail your check before the event?

Parkinson’s Foundation
ATTN: Parkinson’s Revolution Hoboken
200 SE 1st Street, Suite 800
Miami, FL, 33131

Please include a note with your name and team name to receive fundraising credit.

Parkinson’s Revolution Rewards

Raise funds, get rewards! Riders who raise $250 or more are eligible for Parkinson’s Revolution Rewards which you can pick up on event day at the Swag Station. Click here to learn more about the gear you’ll earn on ride day for raising $250 or more.

Please contact us if you have any questions or need assistance. We look forward to riding together as one team with one goal: beat Parkinson’s!

*The health and safety of our participants, sponsors, volunteers, and staff are our top priority. We are monitoring the pandemic closely and keeping the Parkinson’s community at the forefront of all our decision-making. Changes to the event date and location may be made, if necessary.


For Parkinson’s disease and coronavirus updates, please read the Parkinson’s Foundation’s latest blog post here:
https://www.parkinson.org/blog/tips/Coronavirus

To learn more about the resources in your area, and the great work of the Parkinson’s Foundation, please visit our website www.parkinson.org.

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