As part of the Montezuma’s Charity Challenge week for Children on the Edge there will be an opportunity for cyclists of all abilities to to help some of the worlds most vulnerable children.
On Sunday 14th August, taking in the some of the best scenery in Sussex, both children and adults have the opportunity to enjoy a great day out for a good cause.
For the higher level cyclists ‘The Sport Ride’ totals 50 miles and heads out from Chichester at 9.30 am. Participants will spend the morning winding their way through 30 miles of countryside hills and country lanes, breaking for a tasty pub lunch before heading home.
For those who prefer a gentler pace, ‘The Leisure Ride’ coasts along the same route but with a slightly slower speed to accommodate varying abilities.
Finally for all you sport loving families ‘The Family Ride’ will provide a great day out and a highlight to the summer holidays. This leaves at 10.30 pm for a 6 miles route through beautiful cycle paths and tracks arriving in time to meet the sports riders for a pub meal. After lunch family riders wind their way back down the tracks for a 3.30 pm finish.
Entry tickets cost £20 for adults and £10 for children including a pub lunch. It costs just £20 to provide a years education to a refugee child on the India Burma border. You can make this invaluable contribution to a child’s life and get a fantastic day out into the bargain.
“This is an event for anyone with a road bike and a desire to help some of the most vulnerable children in the world.” Ben Wilkes, Children on the Edge.
“Summer cycling in Sussex is the best in the UK on its day. Getting a group of riders together to raise money for Children on the Edge is a win win; great fun and for a great cause.” Simon Pattinson, cyclist, parent of a cyclist and Chocolate shop owner.
Please feel free to find out more and to enter contact Ben Wilkes at Children on the Edge.