Local youth charity SE1 United is looking for cyclists to help it raise £10,000 by riding from London to Brighton this September.
The SE1 United charity was set up in 2003 by a group of young people who wanted to help raise the aspirations of their peers and to represent young people in a positive way in our community.
To mark the milestone and continue the successes the charity has had over the last decade, they are undertaking the mammoth challenge of cycling from London to Brighton en masse to raise £10,000.
The event is the London to Brighton Cycle Ride on Sunday 8 September.
Young people, volunteers and staff will be taking part as well as corporate supporters.
The charity still needs some more cyclists to sign up if they are to reach the £10,000 target so if you are up for the challenge as team or an individual you can sign up by emailing [email protected]
No previous experience is required and with a bit of training the 54 mile route should easily be within your capabilities.
You can also sponsor the participants at https://mydonate.bt.com/charities/se1united
All money will support the projects that SE1 United run for vulnerable young people throughout the year.
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