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2019 30 Rides in 30 Days – Day 24

Monday Blog – Day 24

Nearly there and just one week to go for the challenge.

The weather has been generally very good this year so far and the forecast is for high pressure to dominate the area for the next week which promises more of the same.

Events that happened last week included Creme Anglaise on their Static Bikes at the Airport, The Specsavers Colour Fun Run at Specsavers Headquarters, la Villaize St Andrews. There was the continuous bike riding by pupils at La Hougette School. Thank you to all the 30/30 Riders that put in such great efforts to organise these events and add significantly to the funds raised.

There has been some 30/30 Riders abroad this week. The Cyclopaths have been to France for a few days and Amelia Brown had two days on a hire bike around Cologne (with Dad and sister Alice), mainly on the cycle paths along the River Rhine.

Andrea Nightingale has also raced her bike at an Aquabike International Event in Spain during May. This was only her second Aquabike Event and managed a third place finish.

Events happening this week include the ECJS 7in7 Cycle Challenge which began this morning. Sixty of ECJS students are riding their bike before school each day this week and including the R2R on Sunday. The whole School will have a Fun Day on Friday and the change the children have saved over the recent few weeks will be added up and donated to Les Bourgs.

Four students from Melrose School who are doing 30 Rides in 30 Days Challenge have made cakes for sale at the school tomorrow Tuesday 21st May.

A Big shout for all our younger riders doing 30/30 and 7/7 riding this year and also enormous congratulations to six year old Felix who cycled the whole way around the island yesterday. We are all truly inspired by the efforts of these young riders.

Future Events

Rocque to Rock – Sunday 26th May – 30/30 Riders are asked to register at any of the three start points if they are planning to ride the R2R on Sunday 26th. 30/30 Riders will ride for free but the organisers will want to know you are taking part so please register.

Final Day Ride In – Sunday 26th May– All riders that are on the island on the last day are invited to assemble at Ian Brown’s Cycle Shop from 11 am for light refreshments. At noon the riders will set off as a group to the finish of R2R at White Rock for the final mile of their 30 Day Challenge.

30/30 Music Night (Date changed). 30/30 Riders Paul Langlois and Vivie Roussel and their band the KB Project, along with fellow rider Josh Gabriel will great a 30/30 Music Night for all riders to enjoy. This will take place on Thursday 6th June at The Golden Lion. All riders are welcomed and bring along your friends and supporters. Entrance is free and there will be collection buckets plus a raffle to add to the fundraising. The evening was scheduled for Saturday 1st June at Fermain Tavern but that is also the night of the Champions League Football Final.

Final Word – On Thursday 13th June at Les Rocquettes Hotel 30/30 2019 has the traditional Final Word where the total of this year’s fundraising is announced to you, the riders. The event will be held at Les Rocquettes Hotel with welcome drinks from 7 pm. The presentation will begin at 7.30 pm and a buffet will follow proceedings. ALL riders are invited free of charge and there is a nominal cost of £15 for guests. PLEASE register your interest in attending by completing the form on the diary section of www.ride30in30.com . It is imperative that the hotel has accurate numbers in advance for catering.

2019 30 Rides in 30 Days – Day 17

Monday Blog – Day 17

Well done to all the riders for reaching half way through the challenge.

The weather for last week was not too bad, a bit windy on Liberation Day. Next week’s weather looks sunny all the way with temperatures rising up to mid-high teens.

Events that happened last week included Creme Anglaise on their Static Bikes and CCD Architects Bake Sale both on Liberation Day at Castle Emplacement.

There were Static Bike Rides at Forest Stores with Alison doing three hours and Jenny Mahe and Jo Middleton doing another two.

Hot Cross Buns, Joanne Peacegood, Peter Van der Velde, Nick, James and Andre Le Clerc have all been to France plus a couple of the Hot Cross Buns have been to Sark too this week.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Events happening this week include the Cyclopaths heading to France for a five day tour on Brittany.

This week, on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, La Hougette School Pupils are planning a non stop cycle ride on static bikes at the school. Pupils will take it in turns to ride continuously from 9 am to 3 pm on each of the three days. Along with designing and covering bicycle pictures with coins to form part of La Hougette’s fundraising for Les Bourgs. Thanks to Kim Maindonald and all at the school fro really great effort in organising.

Creme Anglaise will once again be doing a “Red Eye” Static Bike Ride at the airport on Friday 17th.

 

Future Events

Rocque to Rock – Sunday 26th May – 30/30 Riders are asked to register at any of the three start points if they are planning to ride the R2R on Sunday 26th. 30/30 Riders will rode for free but the riders will want to know you are taking part.

Final Day Ride In – Sunday 26th May– All riders that are on the island on the last day are invited to assemble at Ian Brown’s Cycle Shop from 11 am for light refreshments. At noon the riders will set off as a group to the finish of R2R at White Rock for the final mile of their 30 Day Challenge.

30/30 Music Night (Date to be confirmed). 30/30 Riders Paul Langlois and Vivie Roussel and their band the KB Project, along with fellow rider Josh Gabriel will great a 30/30 Music Night for all riders to enjoy. All riders are welcomed and bring along your friends and supporters. Entrance is free and there will be collection buckets plus a raffle to add to the fundraising. The evening was scheduled for Saturday 1st June but that is also the night of the Champions League Football Final. The date therefore may be re scheduled and we will let you know.

Final Word – On Thursday 13th June at Les Rocquettes Hotel 30/30 2019 has the traditional Final Word where the total of this year’s fundraising is announced to you, the riders. The event will be held at Les Rocquettes Hotel with welcome drinks from 7 pm. The presentation will begin at 7.30 pm and a buffet will follow proceedings. ALL riders are invited free of charge and there is a nominal cost of £15 for guests. PLEASE register your interest in attending by completing the form on the diary section of www.ride30in30.com . It is imperative that the hotel has accurate numbers in advance for catering.

2019 30 Rides in 30 Days – Day 11

Tuesday Blog – Day 11

So, ten days are done, one third the way through the challenge. Hope the legs and other parts are fairing well.

 

The weather for last week was not too bad. Maybe a little on the cool side but the threat of freezing temperatures at the weekend were exaggerated. This week looks similar but the potential for some measurable rain Tuesday night into Wednesday morning. Bright and breezy for Lib Day with just the chance of passing shower or two. Sunny weather expected for next weekend.

 

Events happened last week.

Wheely Tyred’s Quiz on Friday as well as Static Bike Rides at Grand Marche St Sampsons organised by Steve O Connor, at Le Friquet organised by Lorraine Wrigley and The Celtic Donkeys and at Waitrose Rohais organised by Deborah Durham of Wheely Tyred. Thanks to all the other riders who supported them.

Lydia, Jess, Amy and Cara with their mums and dads took their challenge to France for the long weekend.

This coming week there are lots more events and fundraising.

Crème Anglaise will once again be riding their static bikes on Liberation Day on the town seafront.

CCD Riders will be holding a cake sale at The Castle Emplacement also on Liberation Day.

If you are in town on Liberation Day pop by and say hello to your fellow challengers.

Alison Matthew along with Jo Middleton, daughter Jenny, Andy and Kim Maindonald will be cycling on static bikes at Forest Stores next Saturday.

Rocque to Rock – 30/30 Riders that are here and riding the R2R are asked to register their names with the R2R organisers at any of the three start points. These are top of the Val des Terres, Pleinmont or Grandes Rocques. The registration fee is waivered for 30/30 riders, but the organisers would like to know you are taking part.

 

Belated welcome to 6-year-old Felix and his Mum Vanessa and Dad Stuart to 30/30. Their acceptance e-mail got lost in their junk e-mail, so they didn’t know they had been accepted but were really pleased to start their challenge on day 5.

Weigh In.

We have had one gent weighed in and two ladies. So we do have a competition. However, we will take further entries to make it more interesting. If you want to weigh yourself today and then see how much weight you lose (or gain) by Monday 27th May then please feel free to do so.

 

Map my Ride

So far, we have received no entries for the map my ride competition. To kick things off we are including two from last year. Nick James’s “Perfect Symmetry” route and Atila Duro’s “Headless Chicken”.

If you can do better please let me have your route maps.

 

This year the 30/30 Cycling Challenge reached twelve years. The most regular participants are as follows.

12 Times – Nigel Jones

10 Times – Andrea Nightingale

9 Times – Steve O Connor

8 Times – Tim Loveridge, Simon Hancock, Nathalie Chandler, Richard Johns, Debbie Mc Laughlin

7 Times – Richard Freeman, Roy Romeril, Steve Shaw, Sally Inderwick, Jo Huxtable.

 

2019 30 Rides in 30 Days – Day 3

Blog – Day 3

 

Thanks to the riders that were able to come to breakfast at The Kiln. Good to meet old and new 30/30 friends.

Orchard PR – 2692 – Julius Bär

The weather for this week looks likely to improve from the windy and showery conditions the riders endured on Saturday / Sunday. The winds should reduce to moderate levels from the southwest which should lift the temperatures to nearer normal for the time of year. A view below of the morning sunrise that greeted Ellen Hughes on her ride Monday 29th April.

Events happened so far include Ellen Hughes’s Treasure Hunt at The Venture Inn on Friday Night and Elizabeth College Junior School Ladies who had static bike riders at M&S L’islet and St Martins all day on Saturday in the wind and rain.

 

Events happening in 30/30 world this week include the quiz being held by Trish De Carteret and the Wheely Tyred Riders this Friday 3rd May. It is a sell-out, but we wish the organisers and participants good luck. Team Wheely Tyred have also arranged to have static bikes at the entrance to Waitrose in the Rohais on Saturday 4th May. Wheely Tyred will have riders there until approximately 1.00 pm but if any other 30/30 riders wish to take over for stints in the afternoon then contact Trish at her usual e-mail address at Les Bourgs.

 

Steve O Connor has arranged to have a static bike at Co-op Grande Marche at St Sampsons on Saturday 4th May 2019. He will be there as long as his legs allow but would appreciate some cover. If ANY 30/30 riders wish to join him and share the fundraising, then phone Steve on 07839727772.

 

Good luck to Kirsty Davison of Bank Julius Baer who is planning to ride 30 miles each day of her 30/30 challenge. She has started her challenge sooner due to being away at the end of the challenge and so has managed five days so far. It has been done before by 30/30 riders but is a tough personal challenge, 900 miles in 30 days. Stay determined Kirsty, good luck, you can do it.

 

Well done to Stephen Burt, also from Bank Julius Baer, who is doing all five of the 30/30 challenges this year as part of the Bank’s celebration of 30 years in Guernsey. So currently Stephen is still doing the walks today and tomorrow as well as cycling one hour each day. Stephen is pleased these are the only 30/30 fundraisers that overlap.

 

We have a dozen jerseys left over if any riders are looking for spares. (Only riders taking part in the 30 Rides in 30 Days Challenge can have access to the distinct jerseys.) If you want a spare these are available at a reduced price of £25 on a first come first served basis.

 

Mens Short Sleeve

Small (36”) x 2

Medium (38”) x 2

Extra Large (42”) x 3

XXl (44”) x 1

Womens Short Sleeve

Medium (36”) x 1

XXL (42”) x 2

Womens Long Sleeve

XXXL (44”) x 1

XXXXXL (48”) x 1

 

I think that is all for now but please contact Ian at [email protected] or [email protected] if you are planning anything or need any help with your fundraising.

 

2019 30 Rides in 30 Days – Starts this Saturday

2019 30 Rides in 30 Days start this Saturday

Are you ready?

1. First Day Breakfast will be Saturday April 27th from 8.00 am at The Kiln and all riders are invited. A welcome talk will begin at 8.40 am immediately followed by a group photo.

2. Please wear your Blue Jersey. Cycle there if you wish as part of your first day but you can decide.

3. Weather forecast for Saturday is rainy and very windy in the morning but clearing by lunchtime. Generally the weather for next week is unsettled with some rain at times and temperatures in the low to mid teens during the day. So a little different to last weeks glorious weather.

See you all very soon.

30/30 Organising Team

 

 

2019 30 Rides in 30 Days – Ten Days to go

Ten Days to go to the start of 30 Rides in 30 Days.
Ten things you need to know.
1. First Day Breakfast this year will be Saturday April 27th from 8.00 am at The Kiln and all riders are invited.
2. All riders’ blue 30/30 cycling jerseys are here. If you already have yours then fine, if not call into Ian Brown’s Cycle Shop to collect yours. Please refrain from wearing the jerseys on the road until day one.
3. Register yourselves on the Les Bourgs website as a fundraiser in the 30/30 Cycle Challenge. This will enable people to sponsor you and the money go directly to Les Bourgs Hospice.
4. Hopefully you have got your cycling legs by now but if not then get some 20-30 minute rides in over the long weekend and then be ready to ride 30 times in 30 days from Saturday 27th April.
5. Let your friends, colleagues, neighbours and friends know you are riding every day for a month and invite them to sponsor you. Les Bourgs Hospice is a special place for many, if not all, islanders and people will be generous because of your commitment.
6. Add to your fundraising by organising something for your sponsors to take part in. A quiz, treasure hunt, family bike ride, breakfast at work and so many other ideas that have been successful fundraisers in past years.
7. Be supportive of your fellow riders. If you see another 30/30 riders during the challenge give a cheerie wave or even a hoot if you are driving. There will seem to be many more than 110 riders and they will be seen at all times of the day and all over the island. They will appreciate your support.
8. Join in if there are any events the other riders are organising. They will appreciate your support
9. Do your best in both riding an hour a day and fundraising. If you have to miss a day then it is alright to catch up another time. Do your best in your fundraising. The target of £900 is not set in stone but many past riders have been surprised how possible this is to reach. Just do your best.
10. Enjoy yourself. You will probably see different parts of the island than normal and even different parts of the day than you usually do. The island is a great place to explore by bicycle so enjoy the experience and be proud that every mile you do is raising money for our very special Hospice.

See you all very soon.

2019 30 Rides in 30 Days – One month to go

Just over One Month to go

Preparation

The weather currently is perfect for preparation rides. If you are short on time in the saddle so far this year then it is a good idea to get some gentle rides of 20 to 30 minutes and build up time in the saddle over the next four weeks in readiness for day one on 27th April. Preparation now will make the challenge more enjoyable and beneficial.

Registrations – 101 Riders Registered

This year’s 30in30 will be one of our biggest ever with just over 100 riders already registered. We have fortunately been able to order an additional batch of short sleeve jerseys and so we can accommodate up to 20 more riders before the challenge begins.

Facebook

There is a new Facebook page and we hope you can all join and contribute stories and photos during the challenge. Please search for “Ian Brown’s 30in30CycleChallenge” on Facebook.

“The Kiln” for First Day Breakfast

We are delighted that this year’s first day breakfast will be at “The Kiln” and all riders are cordially invited. We will be there from 8.00 am and there will be welcome speeches at 8.40 am. There is no organised group ride after but do come on your bicycle if appropriate. Please do wear your distinctive Blue 30/30 Cycling Jerseys.

Diary

The 30/30 Events Diary is currently up to date. We will be adding some exciting 30/30 events when they are finalised. Please let us know if you are planning any 30/30 themed events and we will add them to the list. These extra events help tremendously towards riders reaching their fundraising targets so please do put your thinking caps on.

30/30 riders have taken part in so many extra fundraising events besides riding their bikes for one hour. Afternoon Teas, Bar B Ques, Family Bike Rides, Dress Down Days, Dress Up Days, Cake Sales, Sponge Throwing, Static Bike Rides, Treasure Hunts, Music Nights and many more. If you are planning something to encourage support for your challenge let us know.

 Static Bike Rides

If you need a static trainer to use to do any static bike riding at key places around the island, then please let us know. We will have these available on loan for any 30/30 riders.

Ways of fundraising

You can register on “Just Giving” website as a 30/30 Rider and select Les Bourgs as the chosen charity. This is a great site to out reach far and wide beyond Guernsey and you and your donors can see how your fundraising is going as added incentive. You can add your offline fundraising manually. Your sponsors can add a good luck message if they wish. Log onto www.justgiving.com and set yourself up. There is a small credit/debit card charge made by Just Giving but over 90% of funds raised this way will end up at Les Bourgs Hospice.

IMPORTANT

Please get yourself registered on the “Les Bourgs Hospice” website www.lesbourgs.com as a participant in the 30 Rides in 30 Days 2018 so you will also be able to point your potential sponsors there too for donations. 100% of the funds raised this way will reach Les Bourgs and Trish will keep us informed of every penny received by 30/30 Riders.

 Paying in Funds

Any cash or cheques received please bring into us at Ian Brown’s in a sealed envelope with your name on. This will be handed to Trish to bank into Les Bourgs Hospice.

As we approach the Final Word event on Thursday 13th June at Les Rocquettes Hotel we will be working as hard as we can to reconcile every penny raised so that we may be able to announce to you the total of this year’s fundraising effort. This is a tight time frame, less than three weeks after the final day, so we will need to be very efficient. Please help us by keeping good records and, more importantly, getting all the funds declared and banked.

 

Hope to hear from you soon.

 

Ian / Trish / Mira / Andrea (30 Rides in 30 Days Organisers)

2019 30 Rides in 30 Days – Less than two months to go

Blog Day – Less than two months to go

 

Preparation

There are just under eight weeks to go before the 2019 challenge. If you aren’t yet cycling regularly then there is still a good amount of time to prepare for the challenge. The weather has been very nice so far but there will be some wet and windy days up to, and possibly during, the challenge. Get some 20-minute rides on alternate days over the coming weeks and then build up the time by a few minutes and then the frequency as and when you feel ready. Preparation now will make the challenge more enjoyable and beneficial.

 

Registrations

This year’s 30in30 is filling nicely, thank you to all that have registered. If you wish to take part again then please register on line at www.ride30in30.com. There is a registration form for individual riders as well as combinations of up to four riders. So far, we have 82 riders registered and have used up most of the first 100 blue jerseys to arrive. We have fortunately been able to order an additional batch of 40 short sleeve jerseys to make sure that as many as possible later registrations can be accommodated.

 

Co-Sponsor for 2019

2019 will see Bank Julius Baer reach 30 years of operation here in Guernsey and they have encouraged as many of their staff as possible to join in any of the 30/30 themed events to raise money for Les Bourgs. So far fifteen staff members are taking part in the cycle challenge. We welcome them and grateful for their support.

 

Facebook

There is a new Facebook page and we hope you can all join and contribute stories and photos during the challenge. Please search for “Ian Brown’s 30in30CycleChallenge” on Facebook.

 

First Day Breakfast

We hope to meet as many as possible at our traditional “First Day Breakfast” on Saturday 27th April. This year this will take place at The Kiln, Les Gigands, St Sampsons, GY2 4YZ starting at 8.00 am.

 

Diary

The 30/30 Events Diary is currently up to date. See www.ride30in30.com/diary. Please let us know if you are planning any 30/30 themed events and we will add them to the list. These extra events help tremendously towards riders reaching their fundraising targets so please do put your thinking caps on.

 

 

 

Static Bike Rides

If you need a static trainer to use to do any static bike riding at key places around the island, then please let us know. We will have these available on loan for any 30/30 riders.

 

Ways of fundraising

You can register on “Just Giving” website as a 30/30 Rider and select Les Bourgs as the chosen charity. This is a great site to out reach far and wide beyond Guernsey and you and your donors can see how your fundraising is going as added incentive. You are able to add your offline fundraising manually. Your sponsors are able to add a good luck message if they wish. Log onto www.justgiving.com and set yourself up. There is a small credit/debit card charge made by Just Giving but over 90% of funds raised this way will end up at Les Bourgs Hospice.

 

Plan an event to help your fundraising. Over the years riders have taken part in so many extra fundraising events besides riding their bikes for one hour. Afternoon Teas, Bar B Ques, Family Bike Rides, Dress Down Days, Dress Up Days, Cake Sales, Sponge Throwing, Static Bike Rides, Treasure Hunts, Music Nights and many more. If you are planning something to encourage support for your challenge let us know.

 

IMPORTANT

You can get yourself registered on the “Les Bourgs Hospice” website www.lesbourgs.com as a participant in the 30 Rides in 30 Days 2018 so you will also be able to point your potential sponsors there too for donations. 100% of the funds raised this way will reach Les Bourgs and Trish will keep us informed of every penny received by 30/30 Riders.

 

Paying in Funds

Any cash or cheques received please bring into us at Ian Brown’s in a sealed envelope with your name on. This will be handed to Trish to bank into Les Bourgs Hospice.

 

As we approach the Final Word event on Thursday 13thth June at Les Rocquettes Hotel we will be working as hard as we can to reconcile every penny raised so that we may be able to announce to you the total of this year’s fundraising effort. This is a tight time frame, less than three weeks after the final day, so we will need to be very efficient. Please help us by keeping good records and, more importantly, getting all the funds declared and banked.

 

Hope to hear from you soon.

 

Ian / Trish / Mira / Andrea (30 Rides in 30 Days Organisers)

2019 30 Rides in 30 Days – Less than three months to go

Blog –Less than three months to go

 

Record Registrations this year

Registration for this year’s challenge has been possible via the website www.ride30in30.com or by sending an enquiry to [email protected] .

With the first day due to start on Saturday 27th April 2019 we are within three months.

We have received 51 registrations already and have a maximum number of 100 so over half full. So if you are thinking of taking part then please contact us or register online.

Ways of fundraising.

Some ideas for riders to use for fundraising: –

Auction a Date / Auction an Experience / Auction an Expertise (Cooking / Gardening / Guided Walk / Musician / Cycle Ride) / Treasure Hunt / Open House / Open Garden / Night In (Invite some friends and ask then to pay what it is worth) / Ladies Lunch / Garage Sale (Clear that clutter) / Car Wash / Dog Wash / Static Bike Riding / Pic Nic / Ride to Work Breakfast / Cake Sale / Bar B Que / Bonus Ball Competitions during May / Music Night / Quiz Night.

Some of the above have been used very successfully by 30/30 Riders in years past.

Ways of paying into Les Bourgs Hospice.

You can register on “Just Giving” website as a 30/30 Rider and select Les Bourgs as the chosen charity. This is a great site to out reach far and wide beyond Guernsey and you and your donors can see how your fundraising is going as added incentive. You are able to add your offline fundraising manually. Your sponsors are able to add a good luck message if they wish. Log onto www.justgiving.com and set yourself up. There is a small credit/debit card charge made by Just Giving but over 90% of funds raised this way will end up at Les Bourgs Hospice.

 

Trish De Carteret, fundraising coordinator at Les Bourgs, will list each rider registered on the “Les Bourgs Hospice” website www.lesbourgs.com as a participant in the 30 Rides in 30 Days 2019 so you will also be able to point your potential sponsors there too for donations. 100% of the funds raised this way all reach Les Bourgs and Trish will keep us informed of every penny received by 30/30 Riders.

 

Hope to hear from you soon.

 

Ian

2019 30 Rides in 30 Days – 100 Days to go

Blog –100 Days to go

 

Registrations Starting to come in.

Registration for this year’s challenge is open via the website www.ride30in30.com or by sending an enquiry to [email protected] .

Just 100 Days before the 12th Edition of 30 Rides in 30 Days begins on Saturday 27th April 2019.

We have received a few entries already. Simon Hancock, Steve O Connor, Josh Gabriel and John Cooper have registered and so have  the Hot Cross Buns ladies plus a team from Wheely Tyred.

This year’s jersey is blue and will arrive by the end of January in both long sleeve and short sleeve, mens and ladies versions. If you want the best choice of jersey then please register as soon as you like to ensure we have the right size for you.

We hope in 2019 to add substantially to the £670,000 raised by 30 Rides in 30 Days challenges since 2008.

 

Ways of fundraising.

Some ideas for riders to use for fundraising: –

Auction a Date / Auction an Experience / Auction an Expertise (Cooking / Gardening / Guided Walk / Musician / Cycle Ride) / Treasure Hunt / Open House / Open Garden / Night In (Invite some friends and ask then to pay what it is worth) / Ladies Lunch / Garage Sale (Clear that clutter) / Car Wash / Dog Wash / Static Bike Riding / Pic Nic / Ride to Work Breakfast / Cake Sale / Bar B Que / Bonus Ball Competitions during May / Music Night / Quiz Night.

Some of the above have been used very successfully by 30/30 Riders in years past.

Ways of paying into Les Bourgs Hospice.

You can register on “Just Giving” website as a 30/30 Rider and select Les Bourgs as the chosen charity. This is a great site to out reach far and wide beyond Guernsey and you and your donors can see how your fundraising is going as added incentive. You are able to add your offline fundraising manually. Your sponsors are able to add a good luck message if they wish. Log onto www.justgiving.com and set yourself up. There is a small credit/debit card charge made by Just Giving but over 90% of funds raised this way will end up at Les Bourgs Hospice.

 

Trish De Carteret, fundraising coordinator at Les Bourgs, will list each rider registered on the “Les Bourgs Hospice” website www.lesbourgs.com as a participant in the 30 Rides in 30 Days 2019 so you will also be able to point your potential sponsors there too for donations. 100% of the funds raised this way all reach Les Bourgs and Trish will keep us informed of every penny received by 30/30 Riders.

 

Hope to hear from you soon.

 

Ian