Your Ride, Your Way, for Woking & Sam Beare Hospice
Riders of all ages and abilities are invited to take part in My Prudential RideLondon.
Take to your bike, scooter, skateboard, wheelchair, rollerblades or any wheeled item of your choice and complete one (or more!) of four challenge distances following your own route over the weekend of August 15 and 16.
Choose from 19 miles, 46 miles, 100 miles or ‘freecycle’ (a distance of your choice).
Join Team Woking & Sam Beare Hospice!
This event is free to register. Simply visit myridelondon.co.uk
Then set up your Woking & Sam Beare Hospice fundraising page via Justgiving or Virgin Money Giving and your all set!
Show me the Medal!
As Ride London are not providing medals for this event we would like to offer you the opportunity to make a donation for one of our special hospice medals, which you can wear with pride.
To enable us to use every penny of your fundraising towards our free end-of-life care services we ask for a donation of £3 per medal (inc. P&P) to cover our costs.
Please contact our events team to make your donation towards a medal or for any further questions.
Come and ‘Conquer the Hills’ by bike for Woking & Sam Beare Hospices
Take on one, two or all three of Surrey’s iconic Newlands Corner, Leith Hill and Box Hill.
Cycle at your leisure or challenge yourself to beat the bends and overcome those inclines for a personal best. You could chose to complete all three hills in one day or spread out your attempt over a longer period.
Your choice of a cross country route or taking the roads makes this a flexible undertaking to complete during August. It is open to all cyclists – please ensure that you are fit enough to tackle these climbs and have planned your route before you set out.
Simply register with us today and during the month of August send us evidence that you have conquered your hills (through, Strava, Garmin etc.) and we will send you your medal and certificate of completion
This challenge is undertaken in your own time and the hospice is unable to provide marshals or first aid support when you are on the road. We recommend that you follow Government guidelines on social distancing for cyclists that are current at the time of your cycle and also for any friends and family who might come to cheer you on. Good luck!