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Pedal4Cancer: London to Cambridge

Registration fee: £44
Minimum Fundraising Target: £200

On the 8th September 2019, you can be a part of a very special ride, cycling from London to Cambridge as part of Pedal4Cancer.

A fun filled event for all the family with full support along the way, including medical and mechanical back up. Regular break stops are available throughout the ride, where you'll find snacks, water and toilets.

Whether you've taken on an event like this before, you're new to cycling, or you just want to get fit this event is for you. Plus, the cycle is open to anyone age 14 or over so get your family, friends or colleagues together and take part in a day to remember.

£200 can help find and fund the bold new ideas that will discover potential cures and end peoples suffering.

If you would like to learn more, please contact the Fundraising Team on +44 (0)300 777 7910 or email events@worldwidecancerresearch.org

2019 Ride London-Surrey 100

**Please note: Our charity places for this event are now full**

Distance: 100 mile cycle
Registration Fee: £50
Minimum Fundraising Target: Raise as much as you can

Follow in the tracks of cycling heroes like Mark Cavendish and Bradley Wiggins, for this Olympic 2012 Legacy event.

Become a Team Worldwide Cancer Research cycling hero today

Join 25,000 cyclists for a ride like no other, taking in the sights of London and Surrey—all on closed roads. Known widely as one of the world’s top cycling events, this is the perfect opportunity to get on your bike and start training.

Why join us?

  • You will receive a welcome pack, full of tips, advice and fundraising materials,
  • Access to professional training plans,
  • Unlimited support from a dedicated Events team,
  • An online network of fellow teammates to provide support and advice,
  • A free cycling jersey or technical t-shirt,
  • Fundraising materials

If you would like to learn more, please contact Matthew Ingledow on +44 (0)300 777 7910, or email MatthewI@worldwidecancerresearch.org