The PMC Winter Cycle is meant to be a challenge in support of a good cause: riding and fundraising for Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. Six riders have taken this challenge even further by committing to ride all five sessions in the 2023 PMC Winter Cycle on February 4, 2023! These riders will participate in five consecutive 45-minute spin session and have committed to raising at least $2,500 for cancer research and treatment.
The Pan-Mass Challenge (PMC) is pleased to announce Jelenew as the official women’s apparel partner of the 2023 PMC Winter Cycle. The PMC is the nation’s single most successful athletic fundraiser, having raised $900 million since 1980 in support of Dana-Farber Cancer Institute (Dana-Farber) and its world-renowned cancer research, treatment and patient care. PMC Winter Cycle is a charitable spin event that kicks off the organization’s fundraising efforts each year.
2023 PMC Winter Cycle: February 4, 2023
The 2023 PMC Winter Cycle will be back in the winter! Join us February 4, 2023, at Fenway Park to ride and raise funds for Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.
Announcing a new fundraising challenge issued by an anonymous PMC couple: every 2022 PMC Winter Cycle rider registration fee will be matched dollar for dollar. This challenge – which includes the Pan-Mass Challenge and PMC Kids Rides Program – could raise an additional $2 million for Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, so be sure to register now for the PMC Winter Cycle at Fenway Park on April 9!
Are you ready to ride? The 2022 PMC Winter Cycle will return to Fenway Park on Saturday, April 9, 2022!
There are some things that just make you feel good: the sound of your shoes clipping in, the contour of well-padded saddle, and the right fit and grip of your handlebars. The “riders high” from pumping endorphins is equally matched by the knowledge that you are making a difference in the lives of cancer patients. It must be PMC Winter Cycle season!
#WhyIPMC guest blog by Robin Bernstein, 5-year PMC Winter Cycle Rider and PMC Volunteer
Despite planning a small, socially distanced event, we have decided to postpone both in-person and virtual rides for the 2021 PMC Winter Cycle due to rising coronavirus cases in Boston. This decision was made in partnership with the City of Boston, Fenway Park and local health officials, with our riders’ and volunteers’ health and safety top of mind.
We’re excited to announce a first for the PMC Winter Cycle: This spring, a very generous anonymous donor will double the impact of the total PMC Winter Cycle fundraising with a 1:1 matching grant, up to $2 million.