FAIRFIELD, Conn. — ZenRide Spinning Studio and Fairfield residents Cindy and Tim Shanley on Sunday will present the third annual “Biker-Barre” to help fund a cure for hydrocephalus, a brain condition the Shanleys’ little girl lives with every day.
Located at 869 Post Road, ZenRide will offer a spinning and Bar Method combo class at 3 p.m. After that, participants can stay on for refreshments and a silent auction to benefit the cause.
All proceeds will go to the all-volunteer Pediatric Hydrocephalus Foundation.
The Shanleys support the effort to honor their daughter, Reagan — “Rae Rae” to her friends and family — who has hydrocephalus, and to raise both awareness and research dollars.
The last two Biker-Barre events have raised almost $20,000 each.
The event’s success allowed the Shanleys to create the Reagan Sloane Shanley Scholarship for applicants interested in neuroscience and/or engineering who have a special interest in better understanding hydrocephalus, cerebral spinal fluid and the brain.
A $40 donation reserves a bike for the spinning class.
To register, visit zen-ride.com/reserve .
To make a donation, visit active.com/donate/phfzenride2017 .
To learn more about hydrocephalus, visit www.HydrocephalusKids.org .
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