Date: 11th September 2022
Location: London (Crystal Palace)
Event type: Cycling
Suggested sponsorship target: £150
Cycle through the idyllic English countryside, put your pedals to the test on Ditchling Beacon and glide down to the finishing line in Brighton before celebrating your amazing success. On your way, stop at the picturesque village of Turners Hill for lunch, stay hydrated at water stops along the route of this challenging cycle ride and take advantage of stationary and roaming mechanical support to keep you on course to the finish line.
No need to be looking at your map – the route is fully sign-posted so that you can keep your eyes on the road and enjoy the beautiful surrounding countryside! It is the perfect challenge for solo riders looking to get in some extra miles, beginner cyclists taking on their first big challenge or corporate groups looking for a team cycle!
Sign up today to take on this fantastic challenge and back better mental health for all. To fundraise for us, purchase your place without nominating a charity and get in touch with us on firstname.lastname@example.org – we’ll give you all the info you need for your next steps!
All cyclists will receive:
- A comprehensive fundraising pack to help you on your way
- A Maudsley Charity T- Shirt to wear with pride on the day
- A dedicated events team to answer any questions and support you every step of the way
- The knowledge that your pedaling will be helping to back better mental health
If you have any questions get in touch with our team by emailing email@example.com.
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