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Tour de Cymru Bike Ride - Raising money for disabled people to get into sport

Cycling the length and breath of Wales (350miles) for Leonard Cheshire Disability because we're supporting people with disabilities

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  • Team members: Ged Beaumont, Glyn Meredith, Tony Mulhearn, Peter Keelan, Jayne Dingle, Martin Blades, Justine Bee, Peter Cumpstone, Nick Park
  • Event: Tour De Cymru, 24 May 2017 to 28 May 2017

Getting behind sport for disabled people in Wales

We believe disabled people deserve to enjoy the health and well-being benefits of sports and exercise.

Charity Registration No. 218186

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Tour de Cymru is a new cycling challenge taking place from 24-28 May 2017, covering 350 miles across the tough, challenging terrain of Wales. This 5 day event is
in celebration of our founder’s centenary year, starting at Anglesey North Wales and finishing in Gwent South Wales.

We're planning lots of events along the route for the local community, family and friends to get involved which are being held at all of our disability services in Wales that the cyclists will stop at.

This event has grown from a single individual wanting to do something he enjoys for a charity he knows well to others getting excited about the challenge, spreading the idea and wanting as many people as possible to be a part of it. 

Don’t be deceived, this It is not going to be a challenge for the faint hearted but with all money raised going directly to the 

All sponsorship money will go directly to the people that Leonard Cheshire Disability supports across Wales. Towards buying items such as sports kit, physiotherapy equipment and pay for sporting activities for people with disabilities who use our services.

The ride will cover 350 miles across the ranging landscape of Wales – from Anglesey in the North to Llanhennock in Gwent in the South East.  It will take place over 5 days and during each stage there will be an opportunity to visit all of the Leonard Cheshire Disability services and to meet the staff and residents in those services who will be benefitting from the fundraising efforts.

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