BURTON Albion’s team is shaping up for the mammoth cycle to Amsterdam all in the name of prostate cancer and you can still be part of it.
The Burton Albion team and anybody interested in the ride will be meeting for an information evening at the Pirelli Stadium on Tuesday 28 November at 6pm which can answer any queries possible riders may have. If you are interested in taking part, please contact Ash Willis at email@example.com.
500 cyclists, 3 days, 2 countries, 1 aim. Help stop prostate cancer being a killer.
On 1-3 June 2018, two weeks before the World Cup kicks off, hundreds of football fans will take part in Prostate Cancer UK and the EFL’s Football to Amsterdam bike ride and you could be one of them.
The event that spans two nights and three days (two spent cycling) ends at the famous Amsterdam Arena home to Dutch footballing giants Ajax.
This is your chance to ride alongside footballing legends and like-minded football fans across the EFL in a bid to get fit and raise lots of money for a great cause.
There are two start locations to choose from – one in London at the Olympic Park and the other in Yorkshire at Barnsley’s Oakwell Stadium. Once signed up riders are supported every pedal of the way and will join an elite club to receive a Prostate Cancer UK cycling jersey plus a unique finishers medal when they cross the finish line.
Last year 380 football fans took part and raised £600,000 which can pay for over a year’s worth of life-changing research, so this really is a ride of a lifetime.
Join the fight and get pedalling for pounds to help stop prostate cancer being a killer.
Find out more about Prostate Cancer UK’s work in football by visiting their website at prostatecanceruk.org/football.