Afasic 4 Nations Bike Ride
To mark our 45th Anniversary we are organising a very special bike ride that will visit each of the 4 Nations, with the joint aims of raising awareness and much needed funds for Afasic. The ride will start in Dundee on the 28th June, visiting Glasgow, Belfast, Armagh, Liverpool, Wrexham, Hereford, Cardiff, Chepstow, Yate, Oxford and Windsor, before finishing in London on the 8th July. It will total approx. 650 miles.
Riders can choose to take part in the whole event, or a few days, or even just one leg, it will all help us to raise funds towards our work. More detail and a registration form can be found below. You can also print off a poster to help promote the event (see below).
We still have some spaces for people to join in this very special ride for just a day, or a number of days – please do help us in our 45th Anniversary year!
- Entries for ‘multi-day’ participation (for which accommodation will need to be organised) need to be with us by the 20th May at the very latest.
- Single day entries (with no need for accommodation) need to be with us by 7th June at the very latest.
We aim to meet with some local members, families, and young people; and visit some schools along the way; so if you have any suggestions then do get in touch. We are also looking for ‘support drivers’ for each leg of the route so please do get in touch if you can help with that.
Please contact Mark Thompson on 020 7490 9410 or email Mark. Let’s make this a really special event that will last long in the memory and make a real difference.
Afasic 4 Nations Bide Ride - Further Info (311.5 KB, 241 hits)
Afasic 4 Nations Bide Ride - Registration (209.0 KB, 126 hits)
Afasic 4 Nations Bide Ride - Rules (300.5 KB, 122 hits)
Afasic 4 Nations Bide Ride - Poster (336.6 KB, 149 hits)
Afasic 4 Nations Bike Ride - Support Drivers Info (143.1 KB, 10 hits)
If you want the challenge of cycling through the night then ‘Moonriders’ events may be just the thing ! Routes include London to Cambridge (10/11 May), London to Brighton (12/13 July) and a Halloween special in North London (25/26 October). For more information and to register you can go to the Moonriders website.