Ross Green and a host of cyclists are to take to the streets of Berkshire in a few weeks to raise money for the Cystic Fibrosis Trust.
Ross started the ‘Tour de Berkshire’ in 2008, following the birth of his daughter Tilly, who was born with Cystic Fibrosis.
The event is now an official Cystic Fibrosis Trust Event.
This year’s ride will take place on 4 August and will start at the Queen’s Head Pub in Bradfield Southend, at 10am.
All are welcome on the planned route on the day.
The 20 mile route will cater for all abilities, taking in the best of the Berkshire countryside – not to mention a few refreshment stops along the way. There’s no excuse not to come and join in on the riding.
The ride is in aid of the Cystic Fibrosis Trust and this is the first year that it has been included as an official Cystic Fibrosis event. We have gained more and more riders each year, but now we have the full backing of the CF Trust we’re hoping to smash our fundraising targets!!
We started organising charity rides with our friends in 2008 following the birth of my daughter Tilly, who was born with Cystic Fibrosis.
As keen cyclists we thought we could focus our hobby into something more worthwhile so the ‘Tour De Berkshire’ was created!
Since its launch it has helped raise over £11,000 for Cystic Fibrosis Trust. To sponsor the cyclists or to take part just check out our fundraising page.