Cycling enthusiasts from the business community will take part in Carter Jonas’ Yorkshire Pedalthon on Friday 8 May.
The race is being co-ordinated by cycling event company, Iconic Cycling Events and will again raise funds for the Yorkshire Air Ambulance as well as LandAid, which supports disadvantaged and vulnerable youngsters in the UK.
Starting and ending at Ripley Castle, riders will have the choice of a 90 mile challenge ride, 70 mile scenic ride or 40 mile social ride. The 90 mile challenge riders will take on White Horse Bank near Kilburn, one of the country’s top 100 cycle climbs.
The Carter Jonas Yorkshire Pedalthon is open to both individuals and corporate teams, with individual entry costing £150 and teams of four costing £600 each.
Cycling legend Brian Robinson, who became the first Briton to complete the Tour de France in 1955 and in 1958 he became the first Briton to win a stage of the Tour de France, is supporting the Carter Jonas Yorkshire Pedalthon
For further information and details on how to sign up, visit: www.yorkshirepedalthon.co.uk