Life-saving charity Kent, Surrey & Sussex Air Ambulance is appealing
for teams of cyclists from businesses and companies to join its
Double 100 cycle challenge this summer.
The 100-mile or 100km bike ride is to be
held on June 23rd and will start and finish at the Surrey and
Sussex helicopter base at Redhill Aerodrome. It is an ideal team-building
opportunity for businesses who can enter a relay team or as individuals.
Both routes take in all counties covered
by the two charity helicopters and the 100-mile route will pass
through Marden – the home of Kent Air Ambulance.
More than 80 riders including Air Ambulance
crew members, former patients and corporate teams took part in
the inaugural Double 100 in 2011, raising £12,000 for the
Organisers are aiming for more than 100
entries in this year’s event which has kindly been sponsored
by Howard Cundey Chartered Surveyors and Estate Agents, Asda,
Warburtons and Wellbeing People.
Howard Cundey Partner Tim Foulkes said:
“With a network of offices based around the counties covered
by the Air Ambulance, we are delighted to be the main sponsors
of the charity’s 2013 Double 100.
“We look forward to welcoming the
weary riders to our Forest Row branch which is going to be a much-needed
feeding station on the day.”
To register go to www.kssairambulance.org.uk/FundRaising/Double100CycleChallenge
. For more information call Julie Clare on 01622 833833 or email