International development charity Transaid is challenging industry professionals to get fit for 2016 and help Transaid improve the lives of people in Africa, by signing up to one of its two cycle rides.
Nightrider 2016, which takes place over three nights in June and July, challenges volunteers from the industry to cycle through Bristol, London or Liverpool by night. Participants will cover either 60km or 100km and cycle past landmarks by night in one or more of the three iconic British cities.
For volunteers chasing a bigger adventure, a second challenge in March 2017 will give riders the opportunity to cycle through some of South Africa’s most stunning scenery. Volunteer cyclists will cover 450km across five days, riding from the Western Cape to Cape Agulhas – the southernmost point of the country.
Transaid’s CEO Gary Forster says: “The two cycle rides are a perfect opportunity for anyone looking for a true challenge, and who would like to raise vital funds for Transaid while exploring beautiful parts of the world. The challenges are open to all, from complete bike novices to those with greater cycling experience, and I would encourage anyone interested in raising money for a good cause to saddle up and register.”
To take part in Nightrider 2016 (London 4th-5th June, Bristol 25th-26th June or Liverpool 16th-17th July) or Cycle South Africa (10th-19th March 2017), request a registration form by emailing [email protected] or calling 020 7387 8136.
A registration fee of £39 with a minimum fundraising target of £250 is applicable for Nightrider 2016; and a £299 sign-up charge and £3,500 sponsorship target applies for Cycle South Africa. Transaid will provide participants with tips and advice on fundraising and training for the events upon registration.
Spaces are limited for both events, so potential participants are advised to sign up quickly to avoid missing out.