From a choice of two routes around the beautiful scenic Counties of Buckinghamshire, Berkshire and Oxfordshire, the Sue Ryder, James Bond themed 'Live and Let Ride Challenge is designed for both novice and experienced bike riders.
The event is themed 'Live & Let Ride', so find your inner 007 and Miss Money Penny and dress to impress to be in with a chance of winning the fancy dress prize too!
The James Bond theme is due to Ian Fleming, author of the James Bond Novels. His grandfather, Robert Fleming, built the wonderful building that is now Sue Ryder Nettlebed Hospice. Ian grew up at Nettlebed and the Fleming family still have links to the estate.
We would be delighted to see your colleagues join us on the 11th September, for a really enjoyable day. We need teams and individuals to come and make this a very special event for everyone.
Corporate teams can win the coveted Corporate Cup and prize on the day for raising the most sponsorship.
The scenery and routes are beautiful and starting and finishing at Nettlebed Hospice give the challenge a very special significanceDate: 11 September 2011
Distance: 20 & 60 miles
Registration fee: £15 (60 miles) & £10 (20 miles)
Fundraising target: £120
Time to get on your bike!
Get on your bikes for a choice of 2 routes around the beautiful scenic counties of Buckinghamshire, Berkshire & Oxfordshire. Make a day of it, passing villages, breathtaking panoramic views of the Chiltern hills and beautiful woodland.
The routes are designed to challenge the rider. For novices choose the 20 miles route but for a real challenge register for the 60 mile route.
The event is themed ‘Live & Let Ride' - James Bond, so find your inner ‘007' & Miss Money Penny and dress to impress to be in with the chance to win the fancy dress prize.
The James Bond theme is due to Ian Fleming, author of the James Bond novels. His grandfather Robert Fleming built the wonderful building that is now Sue Ryder - Nettlebed Hospice as a personal home for his family. Ian used to play as a child on these wonderful grounds so when thinking of a theme how could we not choose Bond.
Register now to take part in the Ride for Ryder Bike Ride starting and finishing at Sue Ryder - Nettlebed Hospice.
>Register for 60 miles
>Register for 20 miles
Age Limit - no under 14 year olds
We encourage everyone taking part to try and raise as much sponsorship as they can for Nettlebed Hospice.
Every year we need to raise £1.4 million in voluntary contributions to provide care at the hospice - raising sponsorship helps raise vital funds for Nettlebed Hospice. We would like you to try and raise a minimum of £120 in sponsorship which is the cost of a nurse for a day. If you're signing up as part of a corporate team please do approach your company to ‘Match Gift' your sponsorship.
The corporate team who raises the most sponsorship will win the coveted ‘Corporate Cup' and prize.
For more information contact us:
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