#TeamDRF:

Cycling For Kids Who Can’t!

On Sunday 4 August 2019, #TeamDRF will take on Prudential RideLondon-Surrey with more than 25,000 cyclists, setting off from the Olympic Park in East London on a 100-mile trip through the capital and into the hills of Surrey, finishing on The Mall, in one of Europe’s biggest sporting events. Scroll down for more info and to register your place on the team!

We are incredibly grateful to our 2018 team for raising £30,000 for Duchenne research!

WHEN?

Join the 2019 ride on Sunday 4 August 2019

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Starting at Olympic Park in London, through Surrey, finishing on The Mall

WHY?

Cycle for kids who can’t. Help us beat Duchenne muscular dystrophy

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Registration form

Join #TeamDRF and cycle for kids who can't. Please complete the form below.

Fees

Non-refundable registration fee is £50 per person. In addition each participant is requested to raise a minimum of £500 of sponsorship for the Duchenne Research Fund.

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About DRF

We aim to stop Duchenne muscular dystrophy being a death sentence for hundreds of thousands of boys worldwide.

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