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Prudential RideLondon - Surrey 100

Date:  30 July 2017
Fundraising Target:  £500

Do you fancy the challenge of a lifetime?  Join the Dyslexia Action Team for the Prudential RideLondon - Surrey 100 in 2017 and help us in supporting people with literacy and numeracy difficulties, dyslexia and other specific learning difficulties.

Starting from famous Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, you will cycle 100 miles on the closed, traffic-free roads of London, passing iconic landmarks such as the Tower of London, Trafalgar Square and the Houses of Parliament. 

You and the 25,000 other riders will then head out on to Surrey’s stunning country roads and rolling hills before returning to London to finish on the Mall, in front of Buckingham Palace.  With exhilarating climbs and diverse landscapes, this route made famous by the world’s best Olympic cyclists is a spectacular event for all involved.  As well as the personal sense of achievement you will feel upon completing the route, your involvement will also help raise vital funds for Dyslexia Action.

We can give you all the support that you need from fundraising forms, help and encouragement with training, and tips on how to set up a justgiving page. We can also send you t-shirts, vests, posters, balloons and other marketing materials to help you gain support.

How to sign up

We have a limited number of guaranteed places in the 2017 Prudential Ride London - Surrey 100.  If you would like to register your interest for a place, please fill in a form.  For more details, email Graham or call 01784 222324 today.  

Did you know?

The more you read, the easier it becomes. But for those who struggle with words, reading is not always fun, and it's easy to lose heart and stop trying. That's why Dyslexia Action has teamed up with Barrington Stoke to create a book guide designed to give you ideas of books that might appeal to dyslexic and reluctant young readers.

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