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Cardinal Hume Centre's Bike Ride Challenge!

On Friday 21st September we will head off out of London through the Royal Parks for a 60 mile bike ride up to Oxford. Lead by experienced cyclists we will take on the edge of the beautiful Chiltern Hills and push on through the Buckinghamshire countryside. Then after lunch we’ll cycle on through the undiscovered lanes of Oxfordshire.
An unforgettable day with some breathtaking scenery, rewarded by the warm welcome of an Old English Pub!
Why not get a group of friends family or colleagues together, and enjoy a great day out?
All abilities and paces are catered for, so whether you are an experienced cyclist, or fancy taking your shopping bike out for a spin - you will find a guide cyclist for your ability.
Register your initial interest here. The registration cost is £60 per person. This includes your evening meal at the pub, lunch and refreshments, guides, bike mechanic, first aid and transport back to London.
We are asking all riders to try and raise £400 in sponsorship, which might sound like a lot - but it soon adds up:10 mates £5 each: £506 close friends £10 each: £603 generous friends £20 each: £60All family members: £80Parents: £3020 colleagues £5 each: £100Your boss: £20Total: £400
Register now and you will receive a sign up pack in the post, with more information.
You could help us raise the £20,000 needed to build one of five new flats at the Cardinal Hume Centre. These flats will be a secure home for young homeless people leaving the hostel system, where they can start to live independently.

Contact details

Aileen Stirman, 0207 222 1602, aileenstirman@cardinalhumecentre.org.uk

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8:30am 21 September 2012
5:30pm 21 September 2012
Not repeating
Outside Greater London
Skill level

This event has been posted by an individual LCC member, and is not an official LCC event. Although we encourage LCC members to publicise their unofficial cycling events on the LCC website, the publication of such events does not constitute an endorsement of them by LCC. LCC takes no responsibility for this event, and whilst we hope those attending it enjoy doing so, attendance is at their own risk.

Posted by gegi at 11:49am 31 August 2012

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