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On Yer Bike! Cycle to Work Day

10th August 2018

Cycle to work day, the UK’s biggest cycling community event - Wednesday 15th August 2018

Cycle to work day is just around the corner! Starting in 2012, thousands of workers across the UK have taken part with riders clocking up a staggering 2 million miles! All riders are welcome to join in and pledge their saddle miles to be in with a chance of winning some fantastic prizes! Not quite ready for the challenge and need some more preparation time? Or maybe you are already participating and you are ready for bigger challenge? Why not join Lucion in the London to Brighton Cycle 2018 in aid of The Brain Tumour Charity!

What is the London to Brighton Cycle 2018?

Attracting over 4000 people a year, the London to Brighton Cycle Challenge covers a 54 mile route from South London all the way to Brighton sea-front, all in aid of charity. Last year over £1 Million pounds was raised for an incredible 350 different charities! Now in its 8th year, the cycle challenge, run by SkyLine Events is so popular as a means for raising money for charity, spaces are limited. Book your place now and join Lucion in raising money for a great cause.

Charity Cycle

Which Charity is Lucion Services Supporting?

Larne Fuller is a Lucion Services Commercial Manager. Larne will be joining #TheBrainyBunch riding the London to Brighton Cycle on Sunday 16th September 2018 in aid of The Jane Fuller Fund, an official and affiliated supporter of the group The Brain Tumour Charity.

“The Brain Tumour Charity is at the forefront of the fight to defeat brain tumours, making a difference every day to the lives of people with a brain tumour and their families”

The Brain Tumour Charity aims to provide support for everyone affected by brain tumours as well as funding life changing research that means the diagnosis of a brain tumour is no longer a death sentence. By donating and supporting The Brain Tumour Charity you are supporting:

  • Funds for pioneering research for new treatments and move closer to a cure
  • Increase survival rates
  • Raise awareness of symptoms and reduce diagnosis times
  • Provide support and information to those affected
  • Improve quality of life

Want To Join In?

Great! Come join us at the London to Brighton Cycle Challenge – sign up here.
Don’t forget to put some practice in! Below are a few links that you may find useful for training purposes;

http://www.londonbrightoncycle.co.uk/itinerary.aspx

https://mpora.com/longform/60-mile-bike-ride-training-plan#0HkDQQQQpsr0o0Sv.97

https://www.britishcycling.org.uk/knowledge/training-plans/beginner/article/izn20160905-Beginner-Introduction-to-the-Improvers%E2%80%99-Plan-0

Want To Donate?

Through supporting The Jane Fuller Fund 100% of every pound you donate will be spent on funding world-class research into the most aggressive brain tumours. Through supporting the fund, we can make an incredible difference to those affected by brain tumours both now and in the future.

You can make your donation to the Jane Fuller Fund and read Jane’s story here.

All donations are gratefully received and we thank you for your support.

 

Further Reading

https://www.cycletoworkday.org/
https://www.thebraintumourcharity.org/get-involved/our-supporter-groups/supporter-groups/groups/the-jane-fuller-fund/
https://www.skylineregistrations.co.uk/londonbrighton/bookonline.aspx?charity=63523&branded=true
https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/lucioncharityride

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