Cycling charity, Cogs4Cancer has announced its toughest challenge to date. Due to take place in October 2017, the riders will have to cycle 1,400km from London to Antibes, posing their toughest challenge to date.
Previous Cogs4Cancer charity bike rides have so far have covered over 800km, including journeys from Antibes to Palma de Mallorca in 2013, and Barcelona to Antibes in 2015, the latter of which raised a record €305,520 for the charity.
There are a number of ways to get involved in what will be their toughest challenge yet, sponsoring the team for their ultimate challenge, from becoming a corporate sponsor to sponsoring the riders’ live feed as they make their way to Antibes.
Cogs 4 Cancer is managed by a group of volunteers, all working in the superyacht industry. The charity is inspired by those in the yachting industry who have been affected by cancer, and 100% of its proceeds are donated directly to a number of cancer charities, in order to fund projects all across Europe.
Travel and equipment costs are all paid for by the riders and volunteers, with hours of planning, preparation and promotion involved to make each event happen.
For more information or to make a donation, visit Cogs4Cancer.