Raising money for charity one mile at a time

OUR annual Pedal 4 Pounds Cycle ride has raised more than £50,000 for good causes over the past three years since its inauguration. The programme is a key milestone for participants involved within the trust activities to have an end goal of achieving an incredible feat of cycling over 200 miles a timescale and raising monies for a number of good causes.

The annual Pedal 4 Pounds 2017 charity bike ride is aiming to break the fantastic 2016 record of raising £18,000 for good causes, as we explore a new route through the south of England.

The 2017 ride will start in the City of Dreaming Spires, as we set off from Oxford United on Wednesday, April 26 and travel to Reading from the Championship.

The ride will then turn all Premier League, as we visit Southampton and AFC Bournemouth on the south coast, we then divert our attention to old friend Yeovil Town FC before completing the journey with the Devon trio of Exeter City, Torquay United and a triumphant homecoming for Argyle’s final home match of the season against Crewe Alexandra.

We are once again raising money for the Chestnut Appeal for Prostate Cancer, as well as supporting the Argyle Community Trust and the Green Taverners’ good causes.

Entry for the Pedal 4 Pounds 2017 is £175, which covers all your accommodation, cycle jersey and meals throughout the adventure. Participants are required to raise a minimum of £500 in sponsorship and anyone raising over £1,000 will receive their entry fee back.

Primary Contact

Health and Disability Officer Josh Grant: josh.grant@pafc.co.uk

01752 562561 ext.4

Participants: Open to all aged over 55 years

Details: To book online please follow https://argylecommunitytrust.co.uk/p/product-category/courses/