- Event URN:
- Start date:
- Sun, 5th May 2013
- Finish date:
- Mon, 6th May 2013
- Event Type:
- OnRoad Leisure (Non-Competitive)
- Brighton Seafront Madeira Drive, Brighton, East Sussex, BN2 1PS ( View map )
- Online Entry FAQs
- Event website:
- Event organiser:
- Mr Richard King
- Cheques payable to:
- Info for Riders:
- Ride2Raise promote and manage tough but enjoyable multi-stage cycle challenges in the UK on behalf of small to medium sized charities and other organisations.
Uniquely, Ride2Raise events offer a Pro Team experience, with small ride numbers and unprecedented levels of support and back up.
There are rides to suit everyone - from 2 to 6 days, from 100 to 550 miles and from moderate to tough grades - and with starts and finishes all over the country we've got a ride for you, wherever you live or whatever your ability.
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Date Start Ride name Classification Band Rider Cat Duration 5 May 13 08:00 South Coast Spectacular - for CHECT 224km / 139.19m
A moderate ride of 140 miles over 2 days.
The South Coast Spectacular ride takes a pleasant south coast route between Brighton and Weymouth, stopping overnight in Southampton.
In 2013 the ride will be exclusively in aid of CHECT.
The registration fee is just £99 and the minimum fundraising target is £1000.*
The challenge consists of two legs of around 70 miles. It's a relatively gentle and scenic ride but winds or rain along the coastal route can make it particularly tough at times. Starting in Brighton, the overnight stop is in Southampton before heading for the pleasant seaside resort of Weymouth at the end of day 2.
You can read about the 2011 CHECT South Coast Spectacular HERE
Hotel accommodation, meals, snacks, energy drinks, Ride2Raise Ride Manager and support crew are included.
The Childhood Eye Cancer Trust (CHECT) is the only UK charity dedicated to providing support to families affected by retinoblastoma (Rb). They work to help raise awareness of Rb nationally, and believe that everyone should know children can get cancer in their eyes, and it is treatable. They run campaigns to reach the public and tell them about retinoblastoma (Rb). CHECT also aim to target health professionals with information about this rare cancer, which can help them to make an early referral, and they work closely with the retinoblastoma teams at the Royal London Hospital and Birmingham Children's Hospital, and related charities and bodies. A considerable amount of the money raised by Childhood Eye Cancer Trust also goes towards funding research projects specifically related to retinoblastoma.
YES! There are places available on this ride.
Join the ride
RESERVE YOUR PLACE HERE or use the CONTACT RAISE MAGAZINE form to request more information.
* N.B. After payment of the registration fee, the charity will cover the costs of the ride including support team, accommodation and all meals in return for a guaranteed minimum level of fundraising. See the Ride2Raise Rider Handbook for full details.
Ride: South Coast Spectacular - for CHECT
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