LAST CHANCE TO ENTER!
The Sainsbury’s Sport Relief Cycle
Sunday 23rd March
Sport Relief Cycle
Sunday 23rd March
There’s nothing like a tough, physical challenge to rake in the sponsorship and the Sainsbury’s Sport Relief Cycle is just that. As your entry fee covers the cost of the event only, it’s getting sponsored that really helps to change people’s lives, so we recommend a minimum sponsorship target of £100. Luckily, bagging those sponsors couldn’t be easier:
- When entering, you’ll get to set up an online Giving Page which you can use to collect sponsors’ cash easily and securely.
- Use our top sponsorship tips to maximise the amount you raise.
- Use our handy sponsorship form to collect sponsorship in person.
About the Cycle
- Taking place on Sunday 23rd March.
- Choose to do either a 25 or 50-mile route (for those aged 16 or over) in London, Glasgow or Manchester.
- Enter friends and family so you can all do it together.
- Special 3-mile Family Cycle routes for all ages in all three locations.
The 25-mile and 50-mile Cycles will be on open roads, so you’ll need to have basic levels of bike cycling competency and be familiar with the Highway Code. For more detailed information about safe cycling, and for any other questions about the Sainsbury’s Sport Relief Cycle, check out our FAQs.
Get the person you think will sponsor you the most to sponsor you first. That really sets the bar high for other sponsors.
It couldn't be easier to get sponsored and really make your Mile count. Just head to our fundraise section for top sponsorship tips and tools to help maximise the money you raise.
Pay in the cash you raised
If you've collected any fundraising money, it's a doddle to pay it in online, in person or by post. The sooner you do, the sooner it can start transforming lives!
Inspired by seeing Helen Skelton’s Antarctic Challenge on Blue Peter, six-year-old Sam organised his own seven-mile Sport Relief bike ride and raised an amazing £297.
This could be used to provide 297 hot meals for children, in the UK, living in extreme poverty.