This Sunday sees the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 cycle ride which attracts over 25,000 cyclists annually. This year Turn2us is fortunate to have four cyclists taking part, raising money to help us fight UK poverty.
Starting in Queen Elizabeth Park in Stratford, the 100 mile long route moves across the capital and out through Richmond Park into the glorious Surrey countryside. It then threads its way back to London for a spectacular finish on The Mall. It is the largest charity cycling fundraiser in the world and the Turn2us team of four is on track to raise over £1,600!
Comment from Turn2us' Head of Fundraising
Zena Carter, Head of Fundraising at Turn2us commented “Our riders are all Turn2us heroes – we are really proud of them and hugely indebted to them for fundraising for us. Anyone interested in supporting us in a sporting challenge can look for ideas on our Get Involved section.”
Support our fundraisers
Please support our fundraisers who have all been training hard and building up their stamina to go the distance. When you are doing a gruelling event like this, knowing you are raising money for a cause you believe in helps push you over the finish line. Please encourage them by sponsoring them online through their Just Giving pages or sending them a message of support.
Simon Brasch, Information Manager at Turn2us, from London.
Geoff Coe, Consultant Property Surveyor for EFC/Turn2us from Epsom, Surrey. Cycling with girlfriend Inna.
Francis Mercer, our former Head of Commercial Relationships from London
Matt Phillips, an architect from Rochester who is working for Architecture Design Ltd.
Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 cycle 2017
If seeing this event has inspired you to cycle, or if you know a keen cyclist who’d like to take part, you can avoid the ballot with one of our charity places. Please contact Micky Forster, Fundraising Development Officer, for more details.