Spinlister and Race2Rebuild Launch Campaign to Bring Sandy Families Home

Spinlister-Race2Rebuild Team to Ride 25th Annual NYC Century Bike Tour in Support of Race2Rebuild’s Disaster Relief Projects

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Santa Monica, CA (PRWEB) September 03, 2014

Spinlister, the peer-to-peer global bike share, announced today that leading up to the second anniversary of Hurricane Sandy, they will sponsor a team of Race2Rebuild athletes for the 25th annual NYC Century Bike Tour on September 7th as part of a campaign to bring local families home. Spinlister will contribute 25 cents for each new user who signs up for the bike rental service and $10 for every bike listed to Race2Rebuild’s disaster relief projects when using the promo code “R2R” at http://www.spinlister.com. Additionally, the R2R promo code will save users $10 when renting their next Spinlister bike. Race2Rebuild, the endurance cause racing program founded by athletes after Hurricane Sandy to help families come home, provides athletes with the opportunity to race and then volunteer with national nonprofit Rebuilding Together, meet the family they support and help rebuild their home.

“We are riding the NYC Century Bike Tour with Spinlister to spread the word to all the local families still struggling to get home that we have not forgotten,” said Race2Rebuild’s President Sarah Hartmann. “Our finish line is a safe, strong and healthy home for the thousands of families who are still displaced by Hurricane Sandy.”

The team of 15 athletes includes several of Race2Rebuild’s founders, local pro triathlete Darbi Roberts, and additional athletes who have previously raced for Race2Rebuild in support of their several Hurricane Sandy rebuilding projects. All NYC Century cyclists will have the opportunity to meet Spinlister representatives at the event, set up their bike rental accounts and learn new cost-saving ways to support the cause.

“We are excited to team up with Race2Rebuild to help raise money for such an incredible cause,” said Spinlister Chief Marketing Officer, Andrew Batey. “Race2Rebuild has an impeccable track record of athletes not only raising money, but also personally and physically helping rebuild homes for the very people they are racing to help. We hope every family still waiting to return home knows they have not been forgotten.”

Spinlister is encouraging triathletes and cyclists to join and list their bikes at Spinlister.com/list using the promo code R2R to support Race2Rebuild’s disaster relief projects, to make money, and to help fellow athletes in need of a bike. All bikes are insured up to $10,000 against theft or damage. For those interested in renting the bike of an Ironman champion or finding bikes to rent in the city of an upcoming race, please visit Spinlister.com.

As the two year anniversary of Hurricane Sandy approaches, Race2Rebuild will continue efforts to help families still in need of support. Visit Race2Rebuild.org to learn more and get involved in their important cause.

About Spinlister
Launched on April 1st 2012, Spinlister is a peer-to-peer global bike share that allows users to rent and list bicycles, skis, snowboards, SUPs, and surfboards from each other in over 50 countries worldwide. With their seamless web, iOS and android apps, built-in security features, and a database of user reviews, Spinlister has won the trust of communities of athletes all over the globe.

About Race2Rebuild
Race2Rebuild believes in safe, strong, healthy homes and communities for all. Created in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy by a team of volunteer athletes to help bring families home, we fund disaster relief projects. Following each race, athletes have the opportunity to volunteer, meet the family they support and help rebuild their home. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and visit us at http://www.race2rebuild.org. Race hard. Race with resolve. Race2Rebuild.

About Rebuilding Together
Rebuilding Together strengthens the lives of our most vulnerable communities by providing low-income homeowners with critical home repairs, accessibility modifications and energy-efficient upgrades. Rebuilding Together’s local affiliates and nearly 100,000 volunteers complete about 10,000 rebuild projects each year. As we rebuild homes, community spaces and nonprofit facilities, our lasting impact helps to stabilize and revitalize neighborhoods across the country. We believe that everyone deserves to live in a safe and healthy home. Learn more and get involved at RebuildingTogether.org.