Cycle for Survival, a nationwide fundraising event, which included about 400 Seattle participants, raised money for cancer research and trials.

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About 27,000 people nationwide and 400 people in Seattle participated in the high-energy Cycle for Survival fundraising event, led by instructors from Equinox and fueled with thumping bass and clublike light displays.

In between cycling sessions, some participants shared their personal experiences or connections with cancer onstage.

Cycle for Survival has raised nearly $100 million through its nationwide events over the past 10 years, all of which goes directly to rare-cancer research studies and clinical trials led by Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York.