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Jordan & Luke take on Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 2015!

We are cycling 100 Miles for The SPACE Centre because It's a great local charity that needs our help!

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  • Team members: Jordan Dashti & Luke Higham
  • Event: Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 2015, 02 Aug 2015

The SPACE Centre

We provide a multi sensory environment to children and adults with disabilities

Charity Registration No. 1161929


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On August 2nd 2015 we will face our biggest challenge on a bike to date, the Prudential ride London-Surrey 100. A grueling 100 mile route starting in Queen Elizabeth's Olympic park, we will travel through the capital and into Surrey's stunning countryside. With leg testing climbs on a route made famous by the world's best cyclists at the London 2012 Olympics. 

This event will test us to our limits, as new cyclists we will be out in all weather conditions training for this event. We will be competing with thousands of other cyclists to complete the 100 miles, the ride has to be completed in 8 and a half hours which will be a challenge but we will be giving everything we have to finish.

The Prudential ride London-Surrey 100 is the cycling event equivalent to the London marathon.

By completing this challenge we hope we can raise money and awareness for our chosen charity. Thank you for all your kind donations, any amount is greatly appreciated.

The Charity we have chosen to support is:

The Space Centre, Preston.

The Space Centre is unique. Established in 1993, it is the largest multi-sensory environment in the United Kingdom for people with special needs. Located in Preston, SPACE currently offers a large, soft-padded multi-sensory room, with specialist lighting and even a slide! At SPACE, clients can move around in safety and develop skills, in a calm and controlled atmosphere.

To find out more about what SPACE do and how they can help, please take a look at their About Us pages on their website.

The SPACE Centre mission statement:

"To provide a place where those with physical, learning and / or emotional difficulties may more easily acquire skills and enjoy experiences usually denied them."