Cyclists raise more than £9,000

09 August 2019

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Cyclists raise more than £9,000

A team of 30 cyclists took part in Ride 46 and Ride 100 London for Demelza over the weekend and between them raised over £9,000!

The determined riders cycled the course through London and the Surrey Hills in beautiful weather and both participants and Demelza were thrilled to see the fantastic amount raised.

The team included Ian Robb, whose daughter Hallie is supported by Demelza Hospice in Sittingbourne, and Demelza supporter, Leander Marks.

Prudential Ride London sets off from the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and follows a 100 mile route on closed roads through the capital and into Surrey’s stunning countryside. With testing climbs and a route made famous by the world’s best cyclists, it’s a spectacular route which finishes at The Mall in central London.  For those who prefer a shorter route, Ride 46 is another option.

Ride London is known as the London Marathon of cycling with the 20,000 places selling out in days.  For further information on next year’s event, go to: www.demelza.org.uk/support-us/challenges-and-events/detail/prudential-ridelondon-surrey-100-2020