On Sunday 26 May 2024 Ride London will be returning and we would love you to ride for Kids for Kids and the forgotten children of Darfur!
This year the event will be once again covering 100 miles on traffic-free roads through the heart of London and neighbouring Essex!
Start your cycle on Victoria Embankment and cross the finishing line at the iconic Tower Bridge, with 65 miles through some of Essex’s most beautiful countryside and villages in between.
This is the perfect opportunity to set a new fitness challenge for 2024, and get your friends involved too! The full route will be available on the RideLondon website.
Several of our supportive cyclists have taken part in the Ride 100 series, whilst raising valuable funds to help children in Darfur. They helped us to make a lasting difference to children’s lives, whilst enjoying a challenging yet rewarding time cycling the gorgeous scenery in London and Surrey.
Julian Taylor, a 2019 RideLondon participant wrote all about his personal experience preparing for and taking part in the event and raising funds for Kids for Kids here. It is certain to inspire you!
The commitment required:
This year, we will be requesting a £69 donation to secure your spot and a minimum sponsorship target of £250 – which would provide 5 life-saving nanny goats to a family in Darfur.
You need to be able to complete the challenge within 8 ½ hours, you must therefore be committed to a reasonable amount of training in order to prepare for the challenge.
Put your super cycling-skills to good use and be a CYCLING HERO!
Get in touch today to secure a place and save children’s lives in Darfur.
We will give you support to help you get started, set up and share your fundraising page on our website and social media, and regularly keep in touch to help with anything you might need!
We’ll even give you a yellow jersey – well, maybe a t-shirt instead..!! 😉
To learn more about registering or find out more, email firstname.lastname@example.org.