If you missed out in the ballot for the 2017 version of RideLondon, there are still plenty of charity places available.
Not only will you be participating in the UK’s favourite sportive down in Surrey, but you will be raising money for a cause that offers support and hope for people all over the country.
One of these charities is Queen Elizabeth’s Foundation for Disabled People, commonly known as QEF. Founded in 1934, it initially opened as a college with the support of the Queen Mother to provide employment training for individuals with life-changing disabilities.
It’s a supremely worthwhile cause; one you can help to support when RideLondon rocks around on the 30th July. At just £1 to register, you simply have to make a pledge to raise a minimum of £375 for the charity.
With this, you’ll receive training sessions, a quality cycling jersey (we know; we made it), fundraising materials and a whole bunch of support along the route on the day from members of the team.
Join Team QEF and help change the lives of disabled children and adults up and down the country.
More information can be seen in the RideLondon poster below. To find out more about QEF, the requirements for RideLondon and to register your interest, click here.
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