The Ride 2012

Forget the Tour de France and the Olympics, this year’s big cycling event is happening on Saturday the 4th August and you’re all invited.

On August 4th join my sister Jess and my superhero husband Sam as they board our geriatric tandem to ride the 70 mile journey from our Olympic capital to the spires of Oxford to raise money for Cancer Research UK. Whether you’re on a bike, a tandem or even a unicycle, anyone can join and are welcome. It really is a case of the more the merrier, and there is plenty of time to train, every rider who signs-on gets an event t-shirt as a thank you. If wheels aren’t your thing, but you’d still like to support then you can donate on the Just Giving page, or buy one of our ‘The Ride’ t-shirts which we hope to be able to put on sale soon.

Whether you show your support by joining The Ride, through a donation to sponsor the cyclists or just simply wishing us luck it will be so appreciated. Please email or if you have any queries or if you would like to join The Ride.


3 thoughts on “The Ride 2012

  1. Thank you Naomi and Dorite for sharing this! Sounds like a great ride, and will definitely be thinking and supporting you!

  2. Wicked Na – if i can get down for it, count me in. Otherwise i’ll be supporting from the bonny nth xx

  3. Hi Naomi, This sounds like a wonderful event. I will not be in the UK so can’t join you. However, that’s not going to stop me. What I’ll do is my own 70 mile cycle in South Africa on 4th August, hopefully with a few family and friends. I just need to give a bit of thought as to what route to take. I have in mind something along the coast by the sea! love Ron

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