Hamptons: SoulCycle ‘Ride For Kids’ with Stacey Griffith & Louise Phillips Forbes

SoulCycle Founding Senior Master Instructor Stacey Griffith will join forces with Real Estate Industry Leader Louise Phillips Forbes to host the seventh annual Ride for Kids at SoulCycle Bridgehampton. Held on August 23rd at 5:45PM, Ride for Kids will welcome more than seventy athletes, fans, and friends in a ride to raise funds for NYC education nonprofit Change for Kids and the 13 NYC public elementary schools that it serves.

Previous Ride for Kids events have raised more than $100,000 for Change for Kids’ and brought supplies, fitness education, art and literacy support to thousands of children. This year’s event will ensure that students at Change for Kids partner schools have access to these and more critical resources, such as access to strategic leaders and enrichment programs that meet the needs of our students, their families and the wider school community.

Louise Phillips Forbes and Stacey Griffith

“As a veteran supporter, I have witnessed firsthand how when our school kids receive critical support and cultural enrichment, they go on to achieve success in middle school and beyond. Change for Kids is committed to making a difference in the lives of students in underserved communities, and New York provides a wealth of cultural arts programs that make for an enriching educational experience,” says Phillips Forbes.  “And, we couldn’t do what we do without support from amazing corporate sponsors, like SoulCycle!”

Louise Phillips Forbes is a Montauk Shores resident with a pre-fab house designed by The Novogratz. For close to three decades she has been an industry leader in New York City’s residential real estate market with career sales exceeding $3.2 billion. A multi-time winner of Halstead Real Estate’s esteemed Broker-of-the-Year award, Louise currently leads the firm’s #1 sales team and proudly represents buyers and sellers throughout Manhattan, as well as luxury developers. Louise is frequently quoted in articles for The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, The Real Deal, and many other notable publications, and most recently, REAL Trends named Louise as one of “America’s Best Real Estate Agents.” She has also appears on regional TV shows nationwide to comment on local real estate issues while representing the national perspective.  Louise has been a member of the Change for Kids Board of Directors since 1998 and is an avid fan of SoulCycle.

Host Stacey Griffith will once again lead this year’s SoulCycle ride. Stacey has been hailed as a “miracle worker” by her cult-like band of indoor cyclists, as well as the press. She has been featured in media outlets such as Vogue, Vanity Fair, Self, Shape, Women’s Health, New York magazine, and the New York Post, among many others. She has motivated a loyal and dedicated following over the years as well, including many celebrities, among them, Kelly Ripa, Chelsea Clinton, Nicole Kidman and Jodie Foster. She is a member of Change for Kids’ Advisory Council.

Ride for Kids will take place in the SoulCycle Bridgehampton Barn. Bikes in the first row are available for $350, in the second row for $250, and in the third and following rows for $200. For more information about Ride for Kids, visit changeforkids.org or contact Natalie Auerbach at (212) 213-8061. To purchase a bike, please click changeforkids.org.

Change for Kids invests in NYC public elementary schools in underserved communities by bringing critical resources designed to prepare students for success in middle school and beyond. CFK programs support school leadership, literacy and social-emotional learning, with a special focus on community engagement. Visit www.changeforkids.org to help transform elementary school education in NYC. Change for Kids is a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.

SoulCycle is the world’s leading lifestyle brand that offers a powerful, fun and transformative fitness experience, on and off the bike. Created to make fitness fun, inspirational, and community-driven, SoulCycle’s signature indoor cycling class is designed to transform both bodies and minds. The combination of world-class instructors, dark candlelit spaces, and high-energy music along with a full-body cardio workout fuels riders to move together, in unison, to create the “energy of the pack.”At SoulCycle, it’s always been about more than a bike. It’s about the community. It’s about the power that riders create together. It’s about the rockstar instructors and the unwavering commitment to hospitality and to riders. With more than 85 studios across North America, SoulCycle has established itself as a one-of-a-kind fitness destination and welcomes everyone from celebrities and influencers to professional athletes and fitness enthusiasts.

For close to three decades, Louise Phillips Forbes has been an industry leader in New York City’s residential real estate market with career sales exceeding $3.2 billion. A multi-time winner of Halstead Real Estate’s esteemed Broker-of-the-Year award, Louise currently leads the firm’s #1 sales team and proudly represents buyers and sellers throughout Manhattan, as well as luxury developers. Louise is frequently quoted in articles for The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, The Real Deal, and many other notable publications, and most recently, REAL Trends named Louise as one of “America’s Best Real Estate Agents.” She has also appears on regional TV shows nationwide to comment on local real estate issues while representing the national perspective.  Louise has been a member of the Change for Kids Board of Directors since 1998 and is an avid fan of SoulCycle.

Stacey Griffith has been hailed as a “miracle worker” by her cult-like band of indoor cyclists, as well as the press. She has been featured in media outlets such as Vogue, Vanity Fair, Self, Shape, Women’s Health, New York magazine, and the New York Post, among many others. She has motivated a loyal and dedicated following over the years as well, including many celebrities, among them, Kelly Ripa, Chelsea Clinton, Nicole Kidman and Jodie Foster. She is currently a member of the Change for Kids Advisory Council.

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