1000km across Poland in 9 days - from the mountains to the coast - to support Polish hospices 13-21 July 2013

This unique ride crosses the whole country, taking in historic cities, rural villages and the beautiful Baltic coast. 

  • Cycle 1000km in 9 days. 80 – 130km per day for nine days is a great challenge, but within reach for any amateur cyclist. We run a full programme of UK based training rides before the trip so that participants can meet and train together.
  • The ride is fully supported and guided – so no carrying heavy packs or reading maps
  • No minimum sponsorship. 
  • Visit the voluntary organizations that will receive equipment funded by the money you raise, and meet staff and patients.
  • See the old Polish capital of Gniezno and the bustling coastal city of GdaƄsk, stay in atmospheric seaside towns and rural villages, and experience authentic Polish food and hospitality along the way
  • Cycle with a team of Polish and British riders, joined by local volunteers and cyclists at the start and finish, creating a great sense of community
  • £475 covers bike transfers to Poland, all in-country transport including airport transfers, 10 nights’ accommodation and most meals for 9 days. Flights need to be purchased separately
  • The ride is run on an entirely not-for-profit basis by experienced volunteers. All funds raised go to support palliative care throughout Poland. 

More information in the attached document, at www.alinafoundation.org/cycle-poland-2013 or email info@alinafoundation.org

Thank you for your interest in our ride. 

"Certainly the most worthwhile and enjoyable adventure I've had for a long time, if not ever," Cycle Poland 2012 participant.

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