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Lucy's Struggle Moors & Ryedale Rumble

I will ride 110& 105 miles with 10,239ft elevation for Brownlee Foundation because active kids are healthy kids

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  • Event: Struggle Moors, 08 Jul 2018

Brownlee Foundation

We fund sport and activity for young people to improve the wellbeing of our nation

Charity Registration No. 1166638

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On 8th of July I will take a part and ride  one of the UK's hardest sportives in Yorkshire, the Struggle Moors ( 110 miles long, taking in 10,239ft over five climbs) to support Brownlee Foundation charity. 

And on July 29th 2018 I will also ride the Extreme route of 105 miles (169.9 kilometres). With elevation gains of over 9,491ft  (2,893m) the extreme route takes in the now traditional monument climbs of Boltby Bank, Blakey Bank and Rosedale Chimney Bank. 


The money donated will fund they events and weekly bike run sessions and go to supporting the junior triathlon sessions that foundation is supporting. 

Brownlee Foundaion is committed to helping kids get active in any sport, not just triathlon and giving children all over the UK a positive sporting experiences and supporting development development of coaches and teachers in sport. 

AIMS OF THE BROWNLEE FOUNDATION ARE TO 

Inspire children to get active and lead healthy lifestyles.

Encourage children to regularly take part in sport and physical activity.

Develop coaches to facilitate and encourage children to get involved with regular activity.

Support pathways for talented athletes in the sport of triathlon. 

There are a lot value and importance of sports and physical activities in the emotional, physical, social, and mental development of children. 
It  is a great way for kids to loosen up and let go. 
It’s a natural stress reliever and it help kids develop tight bonds with their teammates which will provide them with a support system.

Sports boost children's self-esteem. Children learn to be confident on the field. Seeing their hard work pay off has a positive impact on their self-esteem. When kids achieve their goals on the field it teaches them they can achieve any other goal they set later in life.












giving children all over the UK a positive sporting experience and supporting the development of coaches and 


giving children all over the UK a positive sporting experience and supporting the development of coaches and teachers in sport.



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