Target TB Loop – Brighton to Richmond to Brighton – for Target TB

A moderate to tough ride of 125 miles over 2 days.

The Target TB Loop is a tough 2-day ride from Brighton to Richmond and then back to Brighton the following day.

Dates: July 6-7 2013
In 2013 the ride will be exclusively in aid of Target TB.
The registration fee is just £99 and the minimum fundraising target is £600.*

The 125-mile ride will start from Brighton Pier and reach Richmond Park that afternoon. Riders will be hosted by the sumptuous Lensbury in Teddington overnight before making the return trip to Brighton the following day.

Highlights of the route will include the climbs and scenery of the North and South Downs, as well as the beauty of Richmond Park, plus the opportunity to ride a section of the 2012 Olympic Road Race.

You can read our comprehensive Ride Diary of the 2012 event HERE.

About Target Tuberculosis

Target TB’s vision is a world free from Tuberculosis (TB), a world they believe is achievable because TB is completely preventable and curable. People are still suffering from TB because of poverty, so it is their mission to address the health, social and economic impact of the global TB epidemic amongst vulnerable and marginalised groups of people.

They always work alongside local partners, in countries across Africa and Asia with some of the highest TB burdens in the world. They provide diagnosis and treatment, life-saving health education and in-depth training for local volunteer carers to support people with TB. People can then protect themselves and their families from this killer disease.

Last year, they touched the lives of 65,083 people affected by TB for around £9 per person, and delivered life-saving messages about TB to a further 3 million people.

It is easy to see that even small amounts can make a huge difference to their cause.

Places available?

YES! There are places available on this ride.

Join the ride

RESERVE YOUR PLACE HERE or use the CONTACT RAISE MAGAZINE form to request more information.

* N.B. After payment of the registration fee, the charity will cover the costs of the ride including support team, accommodation and all meals in return for a guaranteed minimum level of fundraising. See the Ride2Raise Rider Handbook for full details.

 

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