#SweatForALTSO

A compilation of sweat-inspired, calorie-crunching, adrenaline fueled events hosted by ALTSO in various locations around NYC to help bring care to children with limb disabilities in the developing world, #SweatForALTSO is an active campaign aimed at gathering friends and family to raise awareness and funds for children with limb disabilities in the developing world. By sweating it out and joining together, we can give children with limb disabilities the treatment needed to access life-changing opportunities like education, work and mobility.

 

 

 

Next Event

 
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Thurs. Feb 9

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SWERVE Midtown

21 W 46 St. NYC

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7:30 - 8:15 PM

arrive no later than 7 PM

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$60 to ride

includes shoes and towel

 
 

Join us as we celebrate the first #SweatForALTSO event in the new year with a friendly spin competition at Swerve Midtown NYC. All proceeds will benefit children with limb disabilities in the developing world. Thank you all so much for helping us kick off the year with this awesome event.

 

 
 

To sign up, select your team below - $60 per rider (includes shoes and towel).

 

 
 
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blue captain

Monica Joshi

red captain

Donna Mangubat and Arzu Gedik

green captain

David Chong

 
 

Each SWERVE class is separated into three teams, and each bike is fitted with a personal console that tracks your performance (aka your ‘SWERVE score’), which is your total energy output in kilojoules. The teams’ average SWERVE score is displayed on the scoreboard – and the team with the highest SWERVE score wins!

 

Can't make it? Make a donation in honor of a rider or an ALTSO CoolKid.

 

Get Inspired

 
 
 
 
 
              SWERVE Spring 2016      

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SWERVE Spring 2016

 

 

 

              Dodgeball Summer 2016      

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dodgeball Summer 2016

 

 

 

 
 

#SweatForALTSO contributes to improving the health, well-being and self sufficiency of children living with limb disabilities in the developing world.