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Revolve Fitness to Host Charity Ride For Cupid’s Undie Run
The new Arlington-based cycling studio is teaming up with Lululemon to raise money for the Children’s Tumor Foundation. By Melissa Romero
Comments () | Published February 2, 2012

Revolve's charity ride encourages you to dress up in your Valentine's Day best—over your regular cycling clothes of course. Photograph courtesy of Cupid Undie Run's Facebook page.

Bummed you’re missing out on the sold-out Cupid Undie Run next weekend? Good news! You can still feel like part of the race tonight at Revolve Fitness’s community charity ride.

Teaming up with Lululemon in Clarendon, Revolve is hosting a cycling class from 6 to 7 PM to raise money for the Children’s Tumor Foundation and the race. While the class is free, there is a $20 suggested donation.

And just like at the Cupid Run, cyclists are encouraged to don their very best Valentine’s Day–themed skivvies for the ride . . . although the Revolve team strongly suggests you wear them over your regular workout clothes, unless you want to feel some serious discomfort afterward.

The registration is first come, first served, so get there early to snag a spot.

Revolve Fitness DC
. 1025 N. Fillmore St., Arlington; 703-567-4516.

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