Prudential: My Ride London | Free Cycle Challenge | Any Age, Any Wheels, Any Distance! 15 and 16 August 2020

July 30, 2020 11:54 am Published by

Fundraise your way and help more people receive counselling support

Are you ready to take on a new cycling challenge this summer and raise money to help more people to receive vital subsidised counselling support?

Opportunities for us to fundraise has been significantly impacted due to the ongoing pandemic, however this cycle challenge is easily accessible fun for the whole family to join in.

Giving more people than ever the chance to join in RideLondon, this is a fun festival cycling event for cyclists of all ages and abilities to come together for the weekend and fundraise.

In this socially distanced world more people are encouraged to get on two wheels rather than use public transport and the number of people taking up cycling doubled during lockdown.

Choose your wheels, and distance, so you can scooter, cycle, unicycle or tandem!

Why support our charity?
We’re working harder than ever to reach more people during these uncertain and challenging times we find ourselves in due to the pandemic.  Whether we are feeling overwhelmed, anxious or stressed, or coming to terms with bereavement, more people than ever before will need mental health support.  We will be affected in different ways at different times, which can make looking after our emotional wellbeing difficult.

Free Cycle Challenge | Any Age, Any Wheels, Any Distance!

How to take part:

  • To register and for more information visit: My Prudential RideLondon
  • Select one of the distances 19, 46 or 100 miles or Free Cycle (for cyclists and riders of other non-motorised wheels who want to set their own distance of 1km or more.)
  • Choose your wheels – so you can scooter, cycle, skateboard, trike unicycle or tandem!
  • Download the app to plot your completed ride on the RideLondon map and give you a finish-line photo.

Please share with anyone who you know may like to get involved and take on the cycling challenge.


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