SoulCycle Hosts 3rd Annual 9/11 Memorial Ride to Remember

9/11 Memorial President Joe Daniels uses a stationary bike along with other people participating in the third annual SoulCycle Ride to Remember.
9/11 Memorial President Joe Daniels at the third annual SoulCycle Ride to Remember. Photo by Jin Lee.

On November 17, the 9/11 Memorial partnered with SoulCycle to host the third annual 9/11 Memorial Ride to Remember. Participants gathered to honor and remember the victims of the September 11, 2001 attacks and the February 26, 1993 World Trade Center bombing. In light of recent events, 9/11 Memorial President Joe Daniels led riders in a moment of silence for the victims of the recent terrorist attacks in Paris, France. 9/11 Memorial Board Member Paula Berry also joined the ride, and the event raised more than $100,000 in support of Memorial and Museum operations.

A special thank you to our presenting sponsor Citi and all our supporting sponsors: GNYHA Ventures, First Data, Lizzie and Jonathan Tisch, Bloomberg Philanthropies, Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, Levine Lee LLP, MacAndrews & Forbes, PepsiCo, TD Bank and Tishman Construction.

In-kind donations were generously provided by Cory Vines, Juice Generation, Lola Bars, Manhattan Portage, New York Popular INC., Onzie, and United Legwear.

By 9/11 Memorial Staff

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