Do you think you have what it takes to cycle across the width of the country? Fancy rising to a challenge in order to help people affected by Multiple Sclerosis?
MSRRF has teamed up with Cycling Generation to run the Coast to Coast cycle challenge in May 2019 and we’re looking for participants.
Interested? Read on for more information about the ride and how to sign-up.
Ready for the challenge?
Click below, fill in the sign up form with your details and we'll be in touch.
All the money you raise will go towards helping people affected by MS in the North East, their primary carers and families.
If cycling isn't your cup of tea, take a look at our other events to find another way to raise funds for us.
The flagship three-day Coast to Coast Challenge will take place between Friday 17th – Sunday 19th May 2019. We are looking for 18 cyclists and are aiming to surpass the record breaking 2018 sponsorship total of £13,500, all to improve the lives of local people affected by MS.
The route we'll take travels from the Irish Sea through the Lake District and the Pennines before finishing at the North Sea at Tynemouth. All participants will be fully supported every step of the way and we are committed to ensuring riders have the experience of a lifetime. This is a perfect opportunity for anyone who been thinking about cycling the Coast to Coast to give it a go and, in the process, raise money for a great cause.
Riders will start at Workington, Cumbria and finish at Tynemouth, North Tyneside. Registration is £95 with a further £300 payable eight weeks before departure. This will cover transfers to the start, all accommodation, all food, guides, luggage transfers, backup and medics. There is no fundraising target, but suggested minimum is £500 per person. This is an iconic challenge that is tough but achievable by anyone who prepares well.
All money raised will go directly towards the services offered by MS Research and Relief Fund – providing relief to people with Multiple Sclerosis and their carers in the North East.
Total 130 miles – Approx 3,100m of climbing. The route may be subject to small changes, dependent on the groups progress and weather conditions. Costs for the event will be:
The trip is fully inclusive, with cost of the tour covering the following:
All funds raised will go directly to improving the lives of local people affected by MS.
Interested? Click here to register your interest.