Ride for Helen Winners

Everybody who registered for Ride for Helen was entered into a draw to win a framed shirt, signed by Laura Trott, the GB Olympian.

Tom Rehal T Shirt WinnerCongratulations to Ride for Helen participant Tom Rehal of Danbury who undertook the 35 mile route with his Mum. Keen triathlete Tom’s name was pulled out of the hat as our lucky winner.


Everybody who raised over £100 in sponsorship money for Ride for Helen was entered into a draw to win a framed shirt, signed by Sir Bradley Wiggins.

Robert Heard Shirt WinnerA massive congratulations to Robert Heard who was our lucky winner.

Many thanks to all who supported Ride for Helen 2016. We look forward to your support again next year.

The date has been set for next year – Sunday 7 May 2017.  More details to follow soon.

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