Conquer California on this epic 400km cycling adventure from the mountains of the Golden State, to the Pacific Coast and across the famous Golden Gate Bridge!
Pay the sign-up fee to secure your place on the challenge.
Pay the challenge costs yourself without the pressure of fundraising. If you want to, you can still support a cause close to your heart and 100% of your fundraising will go to your chosen charity.
Commit to fundraising this amount for charity. The cost of the challenge is deducted from your fundraising and the charity receives the balance.
This is your chance to do something amazing and support a fantastic cause - don't let the fundraising put you off! Charities are great at helping people fundraise and you're going to have heaps of fun in the process.
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Saddle up for the ride of a lifetime that takes you from the towering peaks and raging waterfalls of the mighty Yosemite National Park to the vibrant city of San Fransisco and the finish line on the world-famous Golen Gate Bridge.
You'll navigate the spectacular Pacific Coast Road, high above the crashing surf, with time to stop and visit golden sandy beaches and laid-back towns as you pedal your way to a monumental achievement.
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Providing information and support to lung cancer patients.
Lung cancer is the biggest cancer killer in both men and women, killing over 46,000 people every year in the UK. Early diagnosis is the key to reducing this high mortality rate and your support makes a huge difference to this.
Every year we fund numerous research projects into two main areas: the early detection of lung cancer and the patient experience. We also provide care and advice through our lung cancer support groups, patient information days and specialist information packs, and campaign for better outcomes for patients.
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