Ride for Helen – 13 May 2018

Ride for Helen page headerRide for Helen is back for it’s fifth year 

This year there are five different routes to choose from all of which start and finish at The Crix in Hatfield Peverel, Essex.

The event is open to riders of all ages and abilities and wherever possible all of the routes seek to avoid main roads, so it’s your choice as to which distance you decide to ride.

Two FREE Child places with each registered adult on the 6 mile route.

Last year over 1,400 took part raising over £41,000 in support of Helen Rollason Cancer Charity and this year promises to be even better. If you have taken part before we hope to see you back this year. If you’re thinking of signing up why not read our rider feedback

“It’s great to be involved in an event that raises money for such a great charity. As a keen cyclist, I have taken part in various rides in the past and I have to say that the organisation of Ride for Helen has been fantastic with the routes well mapped-out and clearly signed.” Lars Jeffries – 65 miles

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Unable to take part as a cyclist… Why not sign up as one of our volunteers for the day?

Whether you can spare just a couple of hours or the whole day there are many roles to fill and your support will help the event run smoothly. Simply complete our volunteer form and a member of our fundraising team will call you discuss how you can help.

Need more information? Please call a member of our fundraising team on 01245 380719 or email: fundraising@helenrollason.org.uk.

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