The Greater Brighton Cycle Challenge on Sunday, July 1, 2018 will be a celebration of cycling and the world-class environment that we live in.
LOCAL homeless charity, Brighton Housing Trust (BHT) has teamed up with The Living Coast to create a family event that all ages and abilities can get involved in and enjoy.
Cyclists can enjoy the beauty of The Living Coast, a designated UNESCO World Biosphere Region, by cycling a 30 or 58 mile route out to the South Downs, starting and finishing at the Velodrome in Preston Park.
Or you can take the Around the World Challenge at the velodrome anytime between 7am and 7pm. The aim is to collectively ride the distance around the world, 40,075km, throughout the day.
Family-fun entertainment including a Smoothie bike and other refreshments will be available.
Cyclists can raise money for BHT’s work to combat homelessness, including the First Base day centre, or for other good causes of their choosing.
Andy Winter, Chief Executive of BHT said: “We are extremely excited about running an even bigger and more exciting event this year. We didn’t quite clock up the mileage around the world last year, but we were overwhelmed by the support of over 350 people on the day who raised over £15,000 to help people to move away from the streets and live independent and healthy lives.”
Rich Howorth, Biosphere Programme Manager for The Living Coast, added: “By partnering with BHT at this event, we are linking our local social and environmental objectives whilst raising money for great causes.
“We want the local community to enjoy and help sustain The Living Coast that brings together the towns, downs and coast of this UNESCO-designated World Biosphere Region.”
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