Charity rides

Charity cycling challenges are a fun way to fundraise in support of the causes that matter most to you. If you are planning to take part in a cycling challenge, but don't cycle regularly in a group, here's the advice Parkinson's UK give to the hundreds of people cycling in support of their work every year.

 
 
If you have signed up for a charity bike ride and are worried about what lies ahead, here's a handy guide to help you achieve your goal.

 
 
To help you get the most out of your big cycling challenge this year, CTC's John Storms has put together a ten week training plan to set you up for success

 
 
Support for cycling groups - 28 May 2012 - Information Page
Cycling UK supports hundreds of cycling groups and clubs. The resources below can help answer questions such as: How do you start a new Cycling UK group? How do you organise a charity ride? What do you do if new riders turn up? How do you carry out a risk assessment? What is the situation if a young person turns up to do a ride? and much more. Contact the team for expert advice and help.

 
 
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