Professional snowboarder and B4BC team rider Kimmy Fasani is headed to Mammoth Mountain this weekend, May 3rd and 4th for the Shred the Love B4BC benefit series. Fasani and her husband, pro skier Chris Benchetler, will host the final stop of the series to help wrap up the Mammoth winter season.
The event begins Friday night with a silent auction benefit dinner at the Underground Lounge. Saturday morning will kick off early with a B4BC Yoga Heals session with local yoga instructor Kathy Dolan of Class It Up Fitness at the Village, followed by a Ride Day that will include a Lap-a-Thon and race course open to the public.
Hana Beaman, Elena Hight and Kaitlyn Farrington will be shredding Mammoth Mountain as team riders of B4BC alongside other professional athletes Torah Bright, Jamie Anderson, Kelly Clark, Gretchen Bleiler and more. Proceeds from the weekends’ activities will benefit B4BC’s year round education and prevention programs with B4BC donating a portion of the weekend’s contributions to Mammoth Hospital Cancer Outreach programs.
B4BC Shred the Love Weekend Schedule
Friday, May 3
It’s Personal Dinner – Silent Auction, Ride-with-a-Pro Auction, Meet ‘n Greet with Pros in an intimate dinner setting at Underground Lounge in the Village (6201 Minaret Road, Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546). A limited number of tickets are available for purchase in advance for $100.
Saturday, May 4
9 a.m.-10 a.m. – B4BC Yoga Heals with Kathy Dolan at The Village Main Plaza (6201 Minaret Road, Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546). Open to the public with a suggested donation of $10.
Shred the Love Mammoth Event, Hosted by Kimmy Fasani & Chris Benchetler 11 a.m.-1 p.m. – Lap-a-Thon at Main Lodge: Chair 1
$50 Fundraising Minimum (Advance registration required – details below).
10 a.m.-12 p.m. – Open Race Course at Main Lodge, with check-in by Chair 1. Open to the public with a suggested donation of $10.
Ticket & Registration info:
Create your personal fundraising page to participate in Shred the Love Mammoth and be in the running for top prizes and awards at Stayclassy.org.
To purchase tickets to the “It’s Personal” Dinner click here.