Do you enjoy cycling?
Want to know more about famous humanitarians and LGBTs?
Want to support the work of the Peter Tatchell Foundation?
If the answer is yes, then join the happy cyclists on 6th October for an easy, fun 18 mile mystery bike ride around London, in aid of the human rights work of the Peter Tatchell Foundation.
Join them with your friends or your family. The ride will take you around London’s most iconic landmarks on the way to discovering famous humanitarians and LGBTs. Yes, it’s a mystery bike ride. When you arrive at the start point, you’ll be given a route map and 11 guides to each of the landmarks, with a brief biography of the famous person associated with them. The idea is a ride with surprises. You only open the guide when you get to the landmark address – and then discover the famous humanitarian / LGBT person associated with that address.
A big plus: the ride is not timed, you can take the route, at your own leisure. So take your time and we have mapped the route so you can have a nice ride through Hype Park. Enjoy.
The Ride Out for Human Rights is a fundraiser for the Peter Tatchell Foundation.
The registration fee is £20. Find out more and register via our website.