Instructors

Instructors

MARISSA SLIMM

marissa Marissa Slimm is an instructor at Revel Ride in South Philadelphia, currently teaching both “Ride” and “Fight” classes. In addition to indoor cycling, Marissa is also an ergonomist for the Comcast campus in Center City, working to prevent and mitigate workplace injuries. If you ride with Marissa, you can expect a music-driven, athletic, and challenging ride that will transform you both mentally and physically. Marissa strives to change the minds of those who are skeptical about indoor circling and push people to achieve their goals.

 
 
 
 
 

JORDAN DEANE

jordan Jordan is a certified Spin instructor at SoulBeat Studio in Audubon, PA, a personal trainer at Anytime Fitness, and a TRX instructor at the Upper Providence Recreation Center, both in Collegeville, PA. A wrestler with 15-plus years of experience as well as a marathoner, Jordan will propel you to work hard, train smart, and have fun no matter how much exercise experience you have. Jordan is also very passionate about the fight against childhood cancer. Whether it’s running a marathon for the cause, hosting a fundraiser, or simply making a donation, he promises to never stop working to raise awareness of childhood cancer until a cure is found.

 
 
 
 
 

KRISTIN FORGIONE

kristin Kristin Forgione is a Spin and Barre Instructor at SoulBeat Studio. She is the epitome of positivity and electric energy, which she brings to every class she teaches. Her classes are upbeat, challenging, and so much fun. Her music will make you want to dance, her smile and words of encouragement will make you push harder, and without a doubt, you will leave her class feeling like you can accomplish anything!

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

RAY SMERIGLIO

ray Ray Smeriglio is an instructor at South Street's newest studio, Revel Ride, teaching the studio's fusion classes known as "Ride." Outside of indoor cycling, you can find Ray traveling the East coast on behalf of Villanova University's Charles Widger School of Law, raising major gifts to propel the institution forward. In his class, you ride to the beat of the music, the jams are always loud, and you dig deep to find a new level of passion inside you that you've never felt before. Ray knows that when a room full of people get together to ride, they can accomplish so much more together than alone.

Get Involved

How can you Start the Revolution in Cancer Research?  By either registering to participate in the event today or making a donation to a team or a rider. All donations will directly support lifesaving cancer research through the AACR. If you also have a survivor story to share, we would love to hear from you!  Your message can help thousands of other cancer patients, caregivers, and members of the cancer community.