Will you take on an international cycling challenge for your local hospice, testing your inner strength as well as your inner tube?
Cycling 70 to 85 miles a day, the event is for both experienced cyclists and those who are new to the sport. It’s guaranteed to be an unforgettable challenge.
On Sunday 10th May 2020, you will leave the grounds of Dove House Hospice on Chamberlain Road and cycle to King George Dock to cross on the ferry before the real challenge begins the next morning as you cycle across a mixture of smooth direct roads and peaceful country tracks through Belgium and into France. The cycle finishes on 14th May under the awe-inspiring Eiffel Tower.
Anita Brien, Events Coordinator at Dove House Hospice said;
“It’s the first time we have invited people to join Dove House for a challenge like this and we’re really looking forward to it.”
“There are hundreds of people who cycle every day across the area and this is a great chance for those people to challenge themselves for a fantastic cause. Everyone taking part is making a real difference to the lives of people living with a terminal illness across Hull and East Yorkshire.”
Dove House Hospice is this area’s only hospice, providing emotional, practical and emotional support to people living with a terminal illness as well as support to their friends and family. The hospice relies on the donations from the local community to ensure they can support whoever needs them, whenever they need them.
Dove House Hospice is asking for a registration fee of £200 and then all cyclists need to fundraise at least £1800. For more information, you can contact the events team on 01482 785795 or email@example.com or visit the website www.dovehouse.org.uk/cycle