The countdown is on for the fourth annual Leo’s Legacy 24-hour RYDE-A-THON on April 21st and 22nd. Little Leo Lewis who passed in 2019 was the original inspiration behind the event, and he continues to ignite our efforts to give back to the community, with all of this year's proceeds going to the Special Olympics Cayman who change the lives of those living with special needs through the power of sport. Last year's event raised over $115,000 for the Cayman Islands Crisis Centre and this year we are setting our sights higher and aiming to hit the $150,000 mark! The event challenges Ryding and Running/Walking teams of between 4 and 8 members to participate in 24 straight hours of cycling and/or running/walking at and around the RYDE studio in Camana Bay. We still have our Super Challenge option to really push participants out of their comfort zone and get more people involved in the action and this year the Zwift training league is joining us too. There will be food, drinks and lots of family friendly activities going on throughout the whole event, with an outdoor Ryde extravaganza party on the crescent in Camana Bay to finish it off! It's going to be bigger, it's going to better, and we can't wait to see you there!