JOIN US for an incredible morning of indoor cycling, entertainment, and plenty of fun to support St. John's Hospital Foundation!
WHAT A maximum of 20 teams of up to 4 people each will ride for a total of four hours. Teams can divide up the riding time among their team members however they choose. Each team has one bike.
WHERE Rock the Ride will take place at Dancer's Workshop inside the Center for the Arts in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Dancer's Workshop is located at 240 S Glenwood St # 2nd Floor, Jackson, WY 83001
WHEN On Sunday, March 11th, arrive between 8:15 and 8:45am to check-in, sign rider waivers, and warm-up. The ride starts at 9:00am and lasts until 1:00pm.
WHO Riders of all abilities are encouraged to participate. Everyone who joins us is helping to make a difference!
TEAMS must raise a minimum of $500 to participate. There are MANY ways to reach the fundraising goal! And you have until 1pm on Sunday, March 11th to not only meet the minimum but EXCEED it. You may register a team before fundraising, but by reserving a bike, you are committing to raising at least $500. Challenge friends, co-workers, family members, and neighbors to support your team. Invite a business to sponsor your team. Reach out to industry friends to support you. Your network can help you have a powerful impact on local stroke and cardiac patients! All donations made in your team's name will help you reach your goal.
DONATE You can donate on Eventbrite by clicking "Get Tickets" and selecting "Rock The Ride Donation." OR you may call the Foundation at 307.739.7517 to make a gift over the phone OR mail a check to St. John's Hospital Foundation earmarked for Rock The Ride.
Checks can be made out to St. John's Hospital Foundation. The mailing address is:
St. John's Hospital Foundation, Rock The Ride, PO Box 428, Jackson, WY 83001
PRIZES will be awarded to the teams with the Highest Mileage, Highest Fundraising Total, Most Spirit, Best Dressed, and More!
WHY In 2006, Julie Guttormson had lived in Jackson barely a year when she suffered a stroke from a blood clot in the brain. She had been a vibrant, active 31-year-old that soaked in everything her new home offered. Skiing, running, and cycling were the go-to activities as she enjoyed her career in hospitality sales and teaching fitness classes that she discovered a love for at just 17. Learning she had experienced a stroke was a shock, but Julie knew she was extremely lucky to walk away healthy and with no side effects. To say the year that followed was “life changing” was an understatement. Julie turned her passion for sharing fitness into a career and crossed numerous finish lines, including Ironman Coeur d’Alene.
With the support of her husband and two small children, Julie opened the doors of Revolution Indoor Cycling in March, 2012. This year not only marks Revolution’s 6th anniversary, but 12 years since her stroke. As a young professional, Julie experienced first-hand the cost incurred from suffering a serious health complication in Jackson, requiring a transfer to Salt Lake City. From this experience, Revolution Indoor Cycling and St. John’s Hospital Foundation have teamed up to create "Rock The Ride", an event to help local stroke and cardiac patients in financial need, plus aid in prevention.
Revolution Indoor Cycling prides itself on offering classes for the masses, an opportunity for all ages and fitness levels to thrive. It is with this same principle "Rock The Ride" was born. Stroke and cardiac issues can happen at any age. Through creating an event team, sponsorship and simple donation, your support will help patients who have been blindsided by the cost of this recover and thrive.
Please contact: Mary Katherine King, St. John's Hospital Foundation, 307-739-7517 or email@example.com Julie Guttormson, Revolution Indoor Cycling, firstname.lastname@example.org