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DEADLINE APPROACHING FOR P4P11

4 February 2020

Sign up NOW for Town’s Pedal for Pounds 11 with Made By Cooper ride

- Take part in Pedal for Pounds 11 with Made by Cooper
- Cyclists to take part in The Ride of Yorkshire
- Time is running out to guarantee your spot on this year’s ride!

Monday 10 February 2020 is your last chance to take part in Huddersfield Town’s Pedal for Pounds 11 with Made By Cooper ride: The Ride of Yorkshire and raise money for charity!

This is the perfect way for you to get fit, have a laugh, visit football grounds and to support four local charities.

The Pedal for Pounds rides are known for the physical test and the camaraderie along the way! You can get fit, meet new friends and make a lot of memories!

Be part of a team of up to 20 riders, who will look after you together with a great support team and have the chance to cycle next to former Huddersfield Town players; Tom Cowan, Peter Jackson, Matt Glennon, Jon Worthington, Darren Bullock and Academy Manager Leigh Bromby.

Alongside this, Chairman Phil Hodgkinson and former Chairman/Director Dean Hoyle will also be in attendance!

How much do you know about God’s Own Country? Well this is the perfect chance for you to go around the Dales, Moors, Vales and Coast as well as visit all Yorkshire clubs in the top five divisions of English football.

CLICK HERE to sign-up!

The Pedal for Pounds 11 with Made By Cooper journey will begin on Wednesday 22 April 2020, when the cyclists depart from the John Smith’s Stadium on a 105-mile trek! That day they will visit FC Halifax Town, Bradford City, Leeds United and Harrogate Town before ending up at Middlesbrough FC’s Riverside Stadium.

After a night in Teesside, day two (Thursday) will be a scenic 83-mile ride across the North York Moors to Hull City and overnight stayover in Hull.

The cyclists will then head for Sheffield on Friday, stopping in at Doncaster Rovers, Rotherham United, Sheffield United and Sheffield Wednesday; day three will be 78-miles.

The final leg of ‘The Ride of Yorkshire’ on Saturday 25 April will see the cyclists call in at Barnsley FC on their way back to the John Smith’s Stadium for the Club’s final home game of the season against West Bromwich Albion for a pre-match lap of honour.

The money raised from the ride will go half to the Yorkshire Air Ambulance and half to the Town Foundation. The Foundation will split their half in three ways; half of it to their own Breakfast Clubs and the rest between Kirkwood Hospice and Platform 1 – a men’s mental health charity in Huddersfield.

Huddersfield Town’s Club Ambassador Andy Booth commented:

“If you want to get fit this year, then training for Pedal for Pounds is the perfect way!

“You can prepare for the 300-mile ride, get fit, and then take on the really rewarding challenge.

“There’s only a limited number of spaces available, so if you want to have a goal for 2020, this is the perfect one for you!”

Click HERE to download the sign-up form for P4P11 with Made By Cooper, the medical form, and the all-important sponsor form.

The sign-up and medical forms, along with the £175 registration fee, must be returned to Andy Booth, either via email on andy.booth@htafc.com or hard copies to Andy Booth, Supporter Services Department, John Smith’s Stadium, Huddersfield, HD1 6PX. You can also drop them in at the Ticket Office at the John Smith’s Stadium.

Once again, the ride is being held in association with Made By Cooper; a local company with respected worldwide reputation for quality and design.

Based in Lion Chambers in Huddersfield, St George’s Square, the company creates enamel lapel pin badges, patches, medals, socks and much more, with a team of professional designers to help realise your ideas.

Made By Cooper ships worldwide, with about 40% of customers in the USA. They work with all types of clients, from sports clubs, schools and the public sector to international companies such as BBC, ITV, HSBC, NHS, Tate Modern, Warner Bros, and many more including the Town Foundation.

Find out more about Made By Cooper by CLICKING HERE!

The Club’s previous Pedal for Pounds bike rides have contributed to over £2 million to the Keep It Up campaign since its inception in 2009.

If you are tweeting about the ride, please use the hashtag #P4P11 and @madebycooper and the Club's official Twitter account, @htafc, will retweet some of the best!


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