SADDLE UP FOR ROTARY RIDE

 

SUPPORTING PROSTATE CANCER IN 2018

Get pedalling for prostate cancer charities on Father’s Day 2018.  Recognising that many clubs in District 1010 are very busy in mid-June, they may wish to widen the window of participation to a week or so either side of Father’s Day.

RIBI is delighted to announce that the national cycling event, the Rotary Ride, is supporting the fight against prostate cancer and that registration for events is now open!

Rotary clubs all across Great Britain and Ireland will be putting on various activities for all to enjoy. These can be static exercise bike rides, fun-rides or the more challenging enthusiast rides. Whatever your choice, everything you do will further research into this devastating cancer.

For Scotland, the chosen organisation for the next three years will be Prostate Scotland but you can choose to support a local prostate charity if you prefer.

So visit the RIBI website, download your Guidance Pack, and register your event and be part of the solution to prostate cancer.


GET SET FOR 2018


How far do we have to cycle?

That is down to the individual club. There will be three different event styles that you can choose from, and you can choose to hold more than one ride on either day, or both days if you wish! The distance you choose to ride is up to your club.

The three recommended event types are:

      ·         Enthusiast Ride – for the more established riders, give yourself a challenge by taking part in a long distance or cross-country ride. 

      ·         Fun /Family Ride – this is for all ages and abilities. This is an ideal way for amateurs, families and youngsters to get involved through an event that is fun for all.

      ·         Static Ride – you don’t have to cycle the length of breadth of the country to take part, in fact you don’t even need to go anywhere. A static ride involves jumping on an exercise bike and is a great way to work as part of a team by taking turns riding to a goal distance.




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