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Break the Cycle 2020: event update and how to help

We are disappointed to announce that Break the Cycle 2020 has been cancelled due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic – but entrants can still support the event, and their chosen charities, by taking part in its replacement fundraising challenge.

The event was scheduled to take place on Sunday, June 28th, with cyclists choosing to ride 40, 60 or 100 miles for Bristol Bears Community Foundation, Bristol City Robins Foundation or Bristol Sport Foundation.

Despite the postponement, supporters of the event can still take part in their very own Break the Cycle, while raising vital funds for the sporting charities during this difficult period.

HOW DO I GET INVOLVED?

Break the Cycle relies heavily on support from partners, sponsors and the attraction of using Ashton Gate Stadium, and so we will be cutting the entry fee to just £5 to support the on-going work of the charities based at Ashton Gate Stadium.

TO GET INVOLVED, SIMPLY:

  • Get on the bike and cycle a minimum distance of 30miles*
  • Nominate three people on social media to do the same (using #BreakTheCycle2020)
  • Donate £5 by clicking here

Please ensure that you follow Government guidance and observe social distancing rules whilst cycling.

In return, we will be giving away fantastic money can’t buy sporting prizes, for the highest individual fundraiser, one for the highest fundraising team of four people, as well as a fantastic variety of raffle prizes, selected at random from everyone who has donated £5. 

We would like to wholeheartedly thank you for your support of the event, we need it now more than ever. 


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