Ride for Helen Suffolk returns to Trinity Park, Ipswich!

Pre-registration is now closed however you can still pay on the day.

Download and print the registration form below, fill in and bring along on Sunday!

Ride for Helen Suffolk Registration Form 2022

Ride for Helen Suffolk is back for 2022 on Sunday 26th June at Trinity Park, near Ipswich! 

Our annual charity cycle ride offers cyclists the chance to sign up for either 65 or 35 mile routes through some of the beautiful Suffolk countryside. 

Choice of two routes

65 mile route; for the experienced cyclist keen to enjoy some of the beautiful rural Suffolk countryside including Grundisburgh, Clopton Green, Monewden, Kettleburgh, Brandeston, Earl Soham, Saxtead Green, Framlingham, Wickham Market, Tunstall Forest, Chillesford, Melton and Woodbridge.  

35 mile route; for the regular cyclist looking for a challenge, cycling on roads passing through Grundisburgh, Clopton Green, Monewden, Sutton Hoo, Easton, Wickham Market, Ufford, Melton and Woodbridge.

Participants from last year’s event were full of praise…

“An excellent cycle ride – thank you!”

“My friend and I really enjoyed this ride; it was one of the best.”

“We thoroughly enjoyed the event last year and are already signed up for 2022!”

Helen Rollason Cancer Charity are also delighted to have John Grose car dealership onboard as headline sponsor for Ride for Helen Suffolk 2022. 

Ian Twinley, Chairman of John Grose said “Helen Rollason are a wonderful charity that provides therapy and counselling support to those that are affected by cancer. Like many charities they have had a tough couple of years in terms of significantly reduced income so we are very keen to help them with their fundraising efforts.”

Helen Rollason Cancer Charity Community Fundraiser Karen Mitchell said; “We are so excited to be back at Trinity Park Ipswich for Ride for Helen 2022!

We are delighted to have John Grose car dealership onboard as headline sponsor and thank Ian and his team for supporting our event. We’d also like to thank the East of England Co-Op for providing riders snacks and Elmy Cycles of Ipswich for providing rider support on the day.

We would welcome support from other local businesses with the event to contribute towards the event costs to ensure that we can raise as much as we can to support our cancer services.”

Please note, should the event be cancelled due to Coronavirus you will entitled to a full refund.

If cycling isn’t your thing but you’d still like to get involved, why not volunteer on the day? We have lots of fun and exciting roles for you to get stuck into – call us on 01245 380719 for more information or email fundraising@helenrollason.org.uk

Click below to watch the YouTube video of our 2021 event.

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