Three fantastic charities — Norwood, the Cystic Fibrosis Trust and the Down's Syndrome Association — have joined forces with Condor for another ride from London to Hove in the 2011 Capital to Coast Cycle Challenge for Charity on Sunday 10 July.
The scenic 60 mile charity ride has been heading to the coast for the past fifteen years, and Condor has been helping out and providing mechanical support.
Starting out from Esher College, the fully signposted and marshalled route proceeds through Boxhill, over Devil's Dyke, and down hill through to King's Lawn over-looking the sea. Along the way, free roadside refreshment stops will keep riders hydrated.
There is also a circular 60 mile route starting and finishing in Hove, and a shorter 30 mile jaunt from Handcross to the coast.
Registration fees for the 60 mile rides are £25 and for the 30 mile ride is £20 with a suggested minimum sponsorship to be raised for the partner charities of £200. Condor is offering a special competition prize to those riders who reach the minimum sponsorship target.
Stay tuned to our blog and the Capital to Coast website to find out what the prize is.
The ride provides coaches and lorries to transport riders and their bikes back to the start at Esher College, where ample parking is available too.
To register, simply visit the Captial to Coast 2011 sign up page.
You can read more about C2C on the event website.