On June 20, Wall Street Rides FAR held its kickoff cocktail party on the rooftop lounge of New York’s Yotel hotel.
Wall Street Rides FAR was founded by Bryan Harkins, Executive Vice President and Co-Head of Markets at Cboe Global Markets, and his wife, Melissa Harkins, of MooMotion, a women’s cycling and triathlon apparel company. Four years ago the pair had a vision to create an event that would bring the Wall Street and autism communities together for a unique networking opportunity, fun fitness challenge, and provide resources to a cause they feel strongly about. Thanks to the generosity and support of the Wall Street community, the ride is closing in on $1M in total funds raised.
With courses ranging from 20 to 62 miles long, as well as a four-mile family loop, Wall Street Rides FAR encourages riders of all skill levels to show their support for the Autism Science Foundation. This year’s event is set for October 13, 2018 in White Plains, New York.
For more photos from the kickoff cocktail party, click here.