Registered Charity in England & Wales (1089464), Scotland (SC041666) and Isle of Man (1103)
Be on the team that will get you to the finish line. Wear our cycling jerseys, digest our expert fundraising advice and training tips and feel the support of our cheering teams.
We’re the only ones fighting over 200 cancers – including the 1 that matters most to you. Every step we make towards beating cancer relies on every pound, and every rider. Thanks to our amazing supporters survival rates across all forms of cancer have doubled in the least 40 years, but we can’t stop there. With you on board we can speed up this progress and see three quarters of patients surviving within the next 20 years.
Our ambition is to bring forward the day when all cancers are cured. And if we stand united, cancer doesn’t stand a chance. With relentless determination we can push forward more quickly towards a future where cancer doesn’t have to be feared.
We will find cures for all cancers. Let’s make it sooner.
We’d love to have you on our team, Join us today.fundraise + ride find out more
Bike 4 Cancer is a specialist respite charity which was set up by a group of five friends who had all lost a close relative to cancer.
By taking part in a range of sports (including cycling), the charity’s founders discovered that they could switch off from the realities of the situation they faced at home, albeit for only a short time. Furthermore, physical exercise helped them to re-charge their batteries and stay strong for the people who needed their help the mostfundraise + ride find out more
The Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity is the principal charity of the Royal Navy. We exist to support sailors, marines and their families, for life.
Beneficiaries lie at the heart of The Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity’s purpose, it is our duty to remain focused on their needs. Since 2007, we have funded projects and facilities that boost morale for those who serve today. We also distribute millions of pounds annually to military charities which care for the children, families and veterans of the Royal Navy and Royal Marines.fundraise + ride find out more
We are here to support anyone who has served in the Armed Forces, or who has done National Service, and who is now living with significant sight loss.
We help blind ex-Service men and women lead independent and fulfilling lives by supporting them with our in-depth expertise, experience and full range of services.
We give veterans much-needed support to adjust to sight loss, overcome the challenges of blindness and enjoy daily life. Our charity has been offering physical and emotional support to vision-impaired veterans since 1915.fundraise + ride find out more
We’re funding medical research to beat the diseases that devastate the lives of so many of our children.fundraise + ride find out more
Thinking of Oscar was set up in memory of Oscar Cole, who died suddenly in June 2014 aged just 16 months. Thinking of Oscar supports children and their families whilst in hospital care by funding projects and innovation over and above that supplied by the NHSfundraise + ride find out more
Initially set up in 1981 to provide palliative care and support for terminally ill patients within the Salisbury area, the Salisbury Hospice has grown over the years and is now able to accommodate up to ten patients in its purpose-built facility.
The hospice was able to help almost 1,000 people last year but would not have been able to do so without the funds raised by Salisbury Hospice Charity, funds which enable the hospice to continue to offer nursing and medical care, emotional and practical support, welfare advice, occupational and physiotherapy, complementary therapies, spiritual care and creative activities.
The service provided is free to patients and their families who may be cared for either in their own homes or through non-residential and inpatient services at the hospice. The support offered may be for up to a year or even longer in some cases.
It costs nearly £2.3m a year to run Salisbury Hospice. Some funding comes from the Government however Salisbury Hospice Charity aims to raise £1.5m a year to ensure vital services are maintained.
By riding the Trafalgar Way, you will be helping to ensure we can continue to provide our vital services free of charge to our patients and their families.fundraise + ride find out more