Richard Lane

Richard Lane - 2016 Big Bad Bike Ride Sponsorship

Fundraising for Ataxia UK
£197
raised of £100 target
by 9 supporters
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Event: Big Bad Bike Ride 2016, on 10 September 2016
Participants: Team Castlegate: Jim, Connor, Rob, Daniel and Andy
Ataxia UK

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We fund research and support services to help all those affected by ataxia

Story

I have joined the BIG BAD BIKE RIDE - riding this year with my friends and colleagues in Team Castlegate. Every penny we raise will be donated to ATAXIA. All funds will be directed into research to try to find a cure for this genetic disorder, which claimed the life of my cousin Peter Bayliss only a few weeks after the 2014 Big Bad Bike Ride.

The BIG BAD BIKE RIDE started in 1991 when Graham Kennedy along with 110 volunteers found their old bikes and cycled from York to Filey. The BBBR is still going strong and this year I will be helping to hit the £1 million raised for ATAXIA with the over 500 other riders as we ride a 100k circuit through the Yorkshire Wolds.

Please sponsor me! Thank you for your help.

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About the charity

Ataxia UK

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10,500 people in the UK have ataxia which is a progressive neurological condition that disrupts the messages sent from our brains to our muscles that are used to move, speak, listen and see. Ataxia UK funds research into finding treatments and a cure and provide support until they are found.

Donation summary

Total raised
£197.00
+ £42.25 Gift Aid
Online donations
£197.00
Offline donations
£0.00

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