Join us in this epic challenge to celebrate 40 years of supporting people affected by cancer with Cancer Support Scotland. We will be cycling 360km across stunning Kerala – South India’s most tranquil paradise.
Our information will give you all the information you need before taking on such an epic challenge. The night will include:
It is also an opportunity to find out how you can improve you cycling performance even if you don't decide to sign up. Check out the programme for the evening below:
6.00pm – Drinks and Indian based cuisine!
6:30pm – Introduction from our Fundraising Team
6:30pm – John’s Journey: Volunteer John will be sharing his story and telling you all about why he has signed up to Unite and Bike Against Cancer 2020
6:45pm – Fundraising tips and hints
6:55pm – Jamie Neill, PT. will be giving tips to get your training up to speed. He will also be telling you about his own experiences of doing cycling and tough multi-day fundraising challenges.
7:15pm – Matt from Global Adventure Challenges will be speaking about Unite and Bike Against Cancer and holding a Q&A
8pm – Finish
The challenge will take place from the 25 Sept - 4 Oct 2020. Come along for an information evening at the Calman Centre on Tuesday 15th October 2019 to be inspired and find out if this is the right challenge for you.
Starting the challenge in Thattekad, we will spend five days cycling through dense forests, along stunning mountain scenery and experience the peaceful backwaters of Kerala. However, this challenge is by no means a walk in the park … We will be cycling for 360km over five consecutive days, including many tough climbs throughout. But remember – every kilometre cycled will help to raise vital funds Cancer Support Scotland.
The registration fee for the challenge, payable by the participant, is £299, however this can be paid two instalments 30 days apart - you will need to obtain a code from our fundraising team to split the payment.
The minimum sponsorship which you need to raise is £3200. 80% of this must be raised 10 weeks before departure.
Does your organisation give matched funding? This could be a great way to help you meet your target.
There is a £250 Airport Tax and Fuel Surcharge Contribution which the participant must pay this by the 31st of July.
More info on their website: www.globaladventurechallenges.com
For more information, please get in touch with our fundraising team at email@example.com.
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