Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th September 2011
Ten Major UK Cities
London to Kabul.
3550 miles on static bikes.
Could you help make your city the first one to reach Afghanistan?
On the 24th and 25th September 2011, 10 British cities will compete to cycle the 3550 miles from London to Kabul to support our Forces. The twist is that this will be done on static bikes within the 10 city centres!
The 10 cities are:
The Ride2Remember - BE PART OF IT!
Details are being updated regularly and registration for this event is now open. If you would to speak to one of the team or would like more details on this event please contact either:
Andy Dickinson on 07946 339 208 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Vicky Chavasse on 07909 820 365 or email@example.com
Team Leader and Event Co-ordinator
Andy is a 2nd Year student at Exeter University studying International Relations and a member of Exeter University Officers’ Training Corps. Andy’s leadership skills gained from leading his school Combined Cadet Force and from being a part of the UOTC, will be vital to ensure that the event runs smoothly. He has experience in marketing for a large insurance company, which will be advantageous to the marketing of the event.
- 07946 339 208
Deputy Team Leader
Eddie is also a 2nd Year student at Exeter University studying History and Middle Eastern Studies with Arabic. He has experience of organising expeditions around the world, as well as in physical challenges, Eddie is well placed to advise and help in the organisation of the Ride2Remember. Having done work for charities before, the Ride2Remember combines a fantastic cause as well as a challenging event.
Deputy Team Leader
Luke is a third year at the University of Exeter studying a Masters in Civil Engineering. He is a keen cyclist having recently cycled the length of Britain for charity and is planning to cycle the length of Italy this summer. Last year Luke was the Club Captain of the Universities Men’s Hockey Club, managing the 6 teams, more than 100 players, and a budget in excess of £30,000. Luke also has experience of project management from working for an international engineering consultancy company in summer vacation schemes, where he project managed small projects, which are valued up to £120,000.
Adam is a second year student at Exeter University studying Business Economics. The course has allowed him to develop a number of key skills in accountancy and finance which have been sharpened through a number of business projects that he has participated in. These skills will ensure he is able to adequately fulfil the role of financial co-ordinator. Just as importantly he is a keen cyclist, and has planned and undertaken a number of unassisted cycle rides both in the UK and Europe and will be able to bring this experience and knowledge to the ride.'
Event Marketing Rep
Lella is in her second year at Exeter University studying Economics and Politics. Being in the OTC and having a military family background provided the incentives to join the DecAid team. She'd like to see the public, and especially people in her own age group become more aware of what the soldiers are doing for us in Afghanistan, and how we can do something to give back to them.