The TNT Great British Bike Ride 2013
sponsored by TNT Express UK
Solo Riders - Team Riders - Relay Riders (New)
The TNT Great British Bike Ride in 2013 will be staged from Land's End to Twickenham Stadium from Tuesday, September 3 to Saturday, September 7, 2013. The five day ride is designed for all cycling enthusiasts, sportsmen and women who want to take on a real challenge and at the same time raise some much appreciated funds for highly deserving charities.
Competitors competing in the five day ride will have all accommodation, facilities, food and support provided on route. The TNT GBBR Team aim to take care of everything so that Riders can just concentrate on the event and enjoy the huge challenge ahead of them.
The event concludes with a unique grand finale parade around Twickenham Stadium in front of a capacity crowd at the Aviva Premiership Rugby “London Double Header” on the 7th September 2013.
All 'overnight stops’ will be hosted by local rugby clubs and a tented village will be ready and waiting at the end of each day, with hot food, drinks and the hospitality that only rugby clubs can offer. This exciting event is designed for all competitors to have fun; meet new friends and get a real sense of achievement by competing in and hopefully finishing, The TNT Great British Bike Ride.
The 2013 event will be raising funds for Wooden Spoon, the Children’s Charity of British and Irish rugby. www.WoodenSpoon.com The registration fee is £100 and the minimum pledge is £1000 to be raised over the coming months.
So, if you think you have what it takes to face the challenge of The TNT Great British Bike Ride, then sign up now and we will see you at Land’s End on Monday, September 2. 2013 registration day.
The GBBR is a 'Real Challenge', so be warned, only the best survive Day One........... !
- Volunteers Wanted
- The 2012 Phot Gallery is now available on line. Click here to view them....
- New for 2013 - Relay Riders (See General Information page)
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