Sign up today for the Beaverbrooks Bike Ride for Trinity Hospice and be part of one of our biggest fundraising events of the year. The Bike Ride, on Sunday June 9, has two start points: the Bay Horse at Thornton and Fairhaven Lake, Ansdell.
We had some help from a group of ‘out of the ordinary’ cyclists to launch this year’s event. The apprentices at Westinghouse Springfields brought out their specially designed and built Penny Farthing to publicise the ride at the Bay Horse. The bike has already helped raise funds for Brian House.
Meanwhile, St Annes businessman Neal Philo brought his ‘triplet’ bicycle to Fairhaven Lake. The unusual three person machine can be hired for charity events, and is a great way to get out and about as a group.
Sign up online or pay on the day – or give the Fundraising team a call if you need more details. There are several routes to choose from, ranging from 15 to 45 miles and as it isn’t a race, you can ride at a leisurely pace and stop off for a cuppa half way!