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In October this year, staff and supporters across the OnSide Network will be completing a huge feat of cycling to raise money for their chosen Youth Zone.
Riding from the most northernly Youth Zone in Carlisle to the most southernly in Croydon, cyclists will be stopping off at each Youth Zone to meet with young people and celebrate their journey. Setting off on Monday 21st October, the five-day challenge will see riders covering almost 500 miles of England’s roads all in the aid of the fantastic youth work taking place up and down the country.
This huge celebration of OnSide’s network highlights the dedication supporters and staff have to providing young people with somewhere to go, something to do and someone to talk to.
Made up from a combination of Founder Patrons, Supporters, board members, volunteers and staff members, cyclists are undertaking the mammoth challenge of peddling nearly 500 miles with the aim of raising awareness and funds for the network and individual Youth Zones.
Young people are at the heart of everything we do at OnSide and will be part of the fun, celebrating the arrival of the group at each Youth Zone!
The riders will be completing the whole route or joining for stages along the way to include as many people as possible. The below miles are approximate.
Adam Poyner, Greg Farrimond, Andrew Malloy and Harry Gray are all undertaking this momentous challenge to raise funds for OnSide. Our Charity’s innovative and flexible public/ private partnership model is galvanising investment in open access provision for young people, but we need desperately need further funding to ensure young people can access a safe and inspirational Youth Zone.
If you would like to sponsor any of the riders, please do so via our Virgin Giving page!
Good luck to all the cyclists taking on this mammoth challenge!