Choose your challenge!
If you are looking for your next challenge, there is no better choice than Right To Play, see below for our upcoming cycling events.
||By signing up for your own personal challenge you will experience first hand the value and benefits of sport. From novice to pro, we will support you throughout your challenge; all we need you to do is commit to raising funds for the crucial work we do around the world, and a little training perhaps!|
Right To Play's Tour to London
Our annual bike ride provides a unique experience for riders, so why not give it a go in 2013. Each year is a new and unique route, find out more here.
The Trois Etapes
The Trois Etapes gives teams, made up of eight riders- one pro rider and the rest amateurs- the chance to experience riding as a professional cycling team under race conditions. The four day challenge is just that; four whole days of incredibly challenging cycling, including one flat prologue stage and three mountain stages.
There will be 14 teams entering in 2013, and two of those teams will be raising money for Right To Play. Last year 18 riders raised $600,000 for Right To Play!
Organise your own cycle ride
Fancy a challenge all of your own? Organise a bike ride and raise money for Right To Play. We can provide support for fundraising and in any other way we can, so just get in touch with any ideas you have.
Many of our supporters organise their own challenges ranging from day trips to full expeditions!
John Hallam, Gary Sowerbutts and Carl Maitland, will be cycling from John O'Groats to Lands End from 2nd – 12th September 2013, covering the entire length of the British Isles with a distance of 1,050 miles!
Chains may be snapped, tyres may be punctured, muscles will be strained and many other obstacles may arise, but it is all in aid of Right to Play; they’re aiming to raise £10,000! If you would like to support them on this epic challenge you can sponsor them here.
||Anna McNuff will by cycling an incredible 20,000km through 50 states of the USA in June 2013! She will be starting in Alaska and ending in Hawaii, visiting local schools and cycling organisations to promote cycling to children.
To read more about Anna's trip or to sponsor her, visit her website.
|Four brave teachers from Forest School in North London and a volunteer Right To Play Tour to London Bike Ride Leader are to cycle the length of Great Britain this March. Fian, Dave, Lucy, Richard and Tom are aiming to raise £10,000, which will be split equally between Right To Play and the school Bursary Fund. The team has been training hard all winter in anticipation of what will be a very challenging ride. They aim to complete the 1031 miles in just 9 days!
To follow the team's training and progress during the challenge here.
The team would be most grateful for any donations, you can sponsor them here.