Join us at Club partners Magic Rock for the bike ride launch
- Reveal date set for Pedal for Pounds 11 with Made by Cooper
- Event held at Magic Rock Brewery on Monday 25 November 2019 at 7pm
- Chairman Phil Hodgkinson and Commercial Director Sean Jarvis will be in attendance
Be the first to find out the destination of Pedal for Pounds 11 with Made by Cooper at the launch event on Monday 25 November 2019!
The event date, evening destinations and everything in between will be discussed at the event, which will take place at the Magic Rock Brewery at Willow Park Business Centre, Willow Lane, Huddersfield HD1 5EB.
The evening will kick-off at 7pm and everyone is welcome to come along, so it doesn’t matter whether you’re an experienced cyclist, if you’ve done P4P before or haven’t ever taken part in one, you’re more than welcome to join us!
Chairman Phil Hodgkinson and Commercial Director Sean Jarvis will also be in attendance.
If you like what you hear, then you can sign-up to take part in the ride on the night!
The ride will raise funds for the Yorkshire Air Ambulance and the Huddersfield Town Foundation as well as other important causes to be announced in due course.
P4P11 is, once again, sponsored by Made by Cooper, who have supported the ride over the last three years. Further details on the sponsorship will follow in the coming weeks.
Club Ambassador, Andy Booth commented:
“We are really excited to announce the 11th instalment of Pedal for Pounds; it’s one we are certainly looking forward to!
“The last few rides have been a huge success and we’ve raised a lot of money for some fantastic charities, which has had a huge impact on them.
“Anyone that is interested in giving it a go, no matter what level of experience you have, should come down for the big reveal. We are always open to having new riders with us!
“The P4P rides are always incredibly popular, so if you want to sign-up, you can do on the evening! See you there!”
Last year’s P4P11 with Made by Cooper ride saw over 200 cyclists travel 323-miles in May 2019 through Belgium and the Netherlands. In their efforts they raised a significant amount of money which was a big help towards the £302,379 raised overall for the ‘Keep It Up’ campaign in 2018/19.
The campaign has now raised over £2 million in total.