Cheshire Dash for Brainwave

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Saturday, 28 August 2021

Cheshire Dash for Brainwave

Event
Description 

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The Cheshire Dash for Brainwave is a cycling challenge to raise money for Brainwave, a charity that exists to help children with disabilities achieve greater independence by aiming to improve their mobility, communication skills and learning potential through a range of specialist therapies. The children they work with have a range of conditions including: autism, cerebral palsy and genetic disorders such as Down syndrome.

“Brainwave has been a remarkable support for our grandson Patrick, who has cerebral palsy. He loves to visit the centre in Warrington and would be on his bike to join the challenge if he could! I’m sure he’ll be there to see you off” Mike Marshall, founder of Transforming Lives. 

  • The challenge will be 100 mile cycle in one day, through the Cheshire countryside, starting and finishing in Goostrey.
  • There will be up to 4 groups to suit your preferred pace
  • Ride captains will lead each group, with Bentley support vehicles
  • We’ll also have first aid support and a Hermes sweeper van
  • A road bike is essential. Paul from Bikes N Gear will be there to help with any bike issues before you start - a great place to get your bike serviced too!
  • Breakfast butties, a picnic lunch, snack stops and a BBQ finish are all included
  • Everyone will be given their own Cheshire Dash 2021 cycling jersey to wear on the day
  • There will be a training schedule, training rides and lots of encouragement in the run up to the event
  • Entry is £50
  • The Fundraising Target for Brainwave is £200 per rider
  • This is a 100% charity event….supported by our charity foundation, Transforming lives and Running Bear Sports
Type 
Event Facilities 
Adequate car parking
Feed Stops
Route card
Signed route
Distance 
100
Miles
Cost 
£50
Location 
Knutsford
WA16 9LY
United Kingdom
Date and start time
Saturday, 28 August 2021 09:00 to 18:00
With the ongoing threat of coronavirus Covid-19 we advise you should follow your nations guidance