News: Virtual Bike Ride for Hospice

Posted on 19th December 2018

New for 2019 a Virtual Bike Ride

 

We are delighted to announce that we have just launched our Virtual Bike Ride– a challenge for people who want to race at their own pace.

 

Throughout February we are asking supporters to join us in cycling the equivalent distance from the hospice to the Eiffel tower, pedalling 123 miles in 28 days without leaving Sussex.

You can cycle to work, through the countryside, on an exercise bike or pop into the Triangle or Dolphin leisure centres that have kindly set up free spin classes every day for virtual bike ride participants!

Why not get a static bike in the workplace and enter groups of four, as a team.   You could even set up a competition to see which team gets their first!

Log your journey using a distance tracking app such as Strava or send us a picture of the monitor on your static bike or the route you travelled and we will track your progress.

Registration costs £15 and we ask all participants to raise a minimum of £80, or a team of four £200

 

For more information visit stpjhospice.org/events/the-virtual-bike-ride/

 

 

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

 

 

Best wishes

Wendy

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