Looking for Charity fundraising ideas? TEAMcycles works with Charities to deliver individual high quality indoor cycling events.

How about a charity bike ride that you can do indoors? We can set that up. Or Lands End to John O’Groats or London-Paris with your team in one day or less? We can do that too. Just drop us a line with your ideas and requirements and we’ll design something for you. We have full Audio Visual support to help make it a great event.

We have the ability to map your teams progress, showing individual and group effort. We can run a concurrent leaderboard to show results from multiple sites.

There may be a discount for events delivered directly for registered charities. We work with JDRF, Transaid, SportsAid, The Birmingham Children’s Hospital, British Red Cross, Breast Cancer Care, Railway Children, SportRelief, Comic Relief, Prostate Cancer, Macmillan and other charities on their fundraising events.

SkyRide race

Wattbike Challenge for Sky Pro Cycling at Skyride 2012, 2013 and 2014

Halfords Cancer Research event

Picture by Sam Bagnall

Prudential Ride London 2015 launch event at the Shard, London.

Transaid at NEC

Newport Velodrome

Union of Brunel Students 24hr fundraiser

TEAMcycles supported the SportsAid Charity SportsBall 2011 at the Battersea Evolution.

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TEAMcycles partner with the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) to deliver the Spin to Cure fundraising events the UK.

For example, in June 2011, TEAMcycles provided Wattbikes, IT and AV support for JDRF’s Spin to Cure in Salisbury Guildhall Square. 30 teams of 5 riders competed to see which could ride the furthest in a set time. There was a great atmosphere and JDRF Southern Region raised significant funds from the event.

In 2012, 2013 and 2014 TEAMcycles delivered Ride to Cure events in London, Birmingham and Leeds.

In 2015 and 2016 TEAMcycles again delivered the Wattbikes and technical support for the JDRF event in Central London.

If you want to be a part of finding a cure for Diabetes, please see JDRF’s website.

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