- P4P8 cycling tops revealed
- This season tops are sponsored by Made by Cooper
- Andy Booth explains more
Shirts for the Pedal for Pounds 8 ‘Wagner Way’ bike ride, sponsored by Made by Cooper, have been revealed!
The shirts are cycling standard jerseys with a zip to the front and three pockets on the back for storing energy bars, water bottles and other items during the ride.
Cyclists riding from Dortmund to Huddersfield will wear the blue and white striped jerseys, with a yellow sleeve to signify the start at Dortmund. Whilst, those who are cycling from Hull to Home, meeting up with the P4P8 Wagner Way riders will show off a blue and white striped shirt. The front of the shirt is shown below by Commercial Director Sean Jarvis, with the reverse below.
The jerseys will be worn by all Wagner Way cyclists on the first stretch of the 260 mile sponsored bike ride from Dortmund to Huddersfield on Thursday 4 May and also on the return leg from Hull to Huddersfield on Saturday 6 May. The cyclists will also wear the jerseys on their lap of honour around the John Smith’s Stadium ahead of the Club’s final game of the season against Cardiff City on Sunday 7 May.
Those completing the Hull to Home bike ride will wear the shirts for the 80 mile journey as well as during the lap of honour.
The volunteer support team will also wear personalised black and yellow t-shirts and black and white hoodies featuring the Made by Cooper logo.
Huddersfield Town’s Club Ambassador Andy Booth added:
“On behalf of Huddersfield Town and the Yorkshire Air Ambulance, I would like to thank Made by Cooper and all the sponsors of the bike ride for their valued contribution to the charity and the Academy.
“I look forward to seeing the 120 P4P8 cyclists proudly displaying these logos on the shirts, as well as the logos of all the companies who have donated various items to help make the bike ride a reality.”
If you would like to sponsor the riders please visit our JustGiving
page or text 'KIUP99 £5' (or another amount) to 70070.
THANK YOU TO:
Made by Cooper
Hepworth Motor Group