Event URN:
332693
Start date:
Sun, 31st Aug 2014
Event Type:
Cycle Sportive (Non-Competitive)
Venue:
Cambridge
Tbc, TBC
Online Entry FAQs
Event website:
http://www.autism.org.uk/rideforautism
Event organiser:
Mr Jack Lines
The National Autistic Society
391-393 City Road
London
EC1V 1NG
0207 9033529
jack.lines@nas.org.uk
Cheques payable to:
The National Autistic Society
Info for Riders:
Join us for our very first Ride for autism!

Starting in the historic city of Cambridge, this unique 85 mile ride will take us through picturesque countryside, sleepy villages and one of our adult service centres - where riders can enjoy their first snack stop and meet both staff and those we support - as we make our way east towards Southwold on the wonderful Suffolk coastline!

The registration fee is £25 and the fundraising target is £250. Registration fees can be paid through our Virgin Money Giving event page, which can be accessed via our web page - www.autism.org.uk/rideforautism. Alternatively, if you'd like to pay your registration fee over the phone please call us on 020 7903 3529.

We look forward to hearing from you and welcoming you to the team!
Preview Rides:
Date Start Ride name Grade BCG Duration
31 Aug 14 07:30 Ride for Autism! --- --- 136km / 84.51m

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Join us on our very first Ride for Autism! Jump in your saddle and take on this brand new cycling challenge for The National Autistic Society.

Starting in the historic city of Cambridge, this unique ride will take us through picturesque countryside and sleepy villages as we make our way out towards the wonderful Suffolk coastline!

Finishing at the seaside, this 85 mile* ride will also give riders the opportunity to visit our East Anglia support centre, Old Barn Cottages, which provides a range of day-time programmes for adults on the autism spectrum. Based on the outskirts of Cambridgeshire, this service is ideally located to welcome riders for a mid-morning snack stop! As well as refuelling and giving your legs a short breather, there will be the opportunity to meet some staff and those we support, and see first hand just some of the great services we are able to provide thanks to your support.

After enjoying the lovely home-made cakes and energy snacks, we’ll then continue east through west and east Suffolk as we reach our finish point by the sea! Family and friends are welcome to join us and cheer you on as you cross the finish line.

Ride: Ride for Autism!

Date Start Distance BCG Est. Field Size
31 Aug 14 07:30 136km / 84.51m --- ---

Posted 20/05/2014 - British Cycling

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