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Event 14.04.19

2019 BM Ride

Will you join 'Team Raystede' for the first ever mass participation cycle ride in Brighton on closed roads?

We're very excited that Raystede is involved in a new cycling event called  BM Ride, which is part of the Brighton Marathon weekend. It will be the first time that cyclists are able to pass iconic Brighton landmarks on closed roads, in this mass participation cycle ride. Cyclists will also enjoy views of the seafront and some challenging hills. 

It will take place in the centre of Brighton and will start and finish on Hove Lawns on Sunday 14th April 2019. It will take place ahead of the BM10k and the Brighton Marathon. The BM Ride will offer cyclists of all abilities the opportunity to enjoy the streets of Brighton & Hove, traffic free, for a distance of 50 km.

Whether a keen cyclist, cycling with your family, or looking for a new challenge, this event has something for everyone. Faster riders can start at the front whilst others follow on; this is not a race!

We have limited places in this new challenge, so RESERVE YOUR SPOT BY FOLLOWING THIS LINK. The registration fee is £15 to secure your space. We are then asking that every rider raises £150, which will go towards caring for the animals at Raystede. 

After signing up we will send you a welcome pack and your very own Raystede challenge event top. We will also give you support leading up to the event and will make lots of noise cheering you on during the day itself. 

If you would like more information on the cycle ride, please visit the organiser's FAQ page or email jcampbell@raystede.org to learn more about taking part in this challenge for Raystede. 

We rely entirely on voluntary donations to carry on running, so by riding for Raystede you will be helping us care for animals like Phyllis below. HELP US GIVE ANIMALS A BETTER LIFE BY BOOKING ON TODAY. 

                              

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