Right to Play Tour de France charity ride ups the ante

Ride with the Pros and Meet Erik Zabel with Right to Play Charity Ride

by Lara Dunn   May 18, 2011  

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The ride to the end of the first stage of the 2011 Tour de France, at Les Herbiers near Nantes, with charity Right to Play kicks off in London on 29th June, and there are still places available.  

The carrot being dangled in front of possible riders just got bigger, too. If helping disadvantaged kids through the medium of play wasn't enough incentive to ride the 350 mile route over four days, then perhaps the chance to ride the final day with two riders from Team HTC-Highroad might swing it. If that's still not enough, then perhaps a chat with Erik Zabel might just tip the balance. 

Yes, you'll have to raise a chunk of money for charity, but it's a small price to pay for four days cycling through France in aid of a good cause, with some real pros along for the ride and a chance to meet one of the sport's genuinely big names. 

Registration for the event is still open and costs £240

The fundraising target is £1200

See www.righttoplay.com/uk/get-involved/Pages/Cycle.aspx for more information