Thank you for registering!
Thank you for registering to join #TeamDRF for the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 on Sunday 29 July 2018. We will be in touch shortly to confirm your place on our team.
Encourage your friends and family to sign up too by posting on your social media accounts: ‘Join me on 29 July to cycle for kids who can’t’ with the hashtag #TeamDRF and the link www.duchenne.org.uk/cycle.
As soon as we have confirmed your place, it’s time to get training – and don’t forget to set up your fundraising page! Our challenge is listed as an organised event on Virgin Money Giving and Just Giving, so search for DRF and connect your page to our event. We encourage you to use Virgin Money Giving, as it charges a slightly lower fee for transactions than Just Giving, meaning the DRF receives more of your donors’ money. We will shortly be sending you a welcome email with further information that you can use on your page and in emails to donors. However if you need any further assistance, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
Click below go to Virgin Money Giving, select ‘Organised Events’, and search ‘DRF’.Virgin Money Giving
Or click below to go make a page for our event with Just Giving. You will need to log in or sign up to Just Giving.
Please note, in the event of oversubscription for our team, we will hold a ballot and if you are unsuccessful your registration fee will be refunded. Please click below to see our terms and conditions for further details.
Sunday 29 July 2018
Starting at Olympic Park in London, through Surrey, finishing on The Mall
Cycle for kids who can’t. Help us beat Duchenne muscular dystrophy
£50 registration fee plus minimum sponsorship of £500
Get training! The ride begins in
We aim to stop Duchenne muscular dystrophy being a death sentence for hundreds of thousands of boys worldwide.
We are helping turn the hope of treatments into reality. Critical supportive drugs are in clinical trial thanks to our funds.
In the last 3 years we have given more than £1.5m to ground-breaking research projects.
And there is still work to do.