DARIEN, Conn. -- JoyRide Cycling Studio in the Goodwives Shopping Center will host a fundraising ride in support of The Depot, which is celebrating its 25th year in Darien on Saturday, Nov. 7, at 3:30 p.m.
The Depot is a nonprofit community organization that provides high school children with a drug and alcohol free environment. The vision of the Depot Youth Center is to offer a fun and welcoming environment for Darien’s youth to gather, safely co-exist, collaborate and contribute to themselves and the greater community.
Open to the community (teens, parents and other adults), the indoor cycling class will be led by Darien local and instructor, Dina Fay. Local artist Billi Kid will be selling his custom “Darien” limited edition t-shirts, now available online here, in support of The Depot. Immediately following the class, riders are invited to enjoy refreshments.
Event proceeds will support The Depot’s various programs and events.
JoyRides are designed to accommodate all levels of fitness. Whether someone is a seasoned athlete, new to indoor cycling, or hasn’t engaged in a fitness routine — all are welcome and can go at their own pace in a fun, safe and positive environment.
To sign up, click on "Ride for The Depot” here. JoyRide Cycling Studio is at 25 Old Kings Highway North. Call 203-202-9712.
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