21.05.2012 0

The Great Ride Off

The Rainforest Foundation UK and the Gorilla Organization are proud to present The Great Ride Off: A brand new three-hour Spinning® challenge on Spinner® bikes, led by highly qualified presenters and instructors.

Are you looking for something unique that will push your boundaries and give you a massive adrenaline rush? Something that will completely challenge, exhilarate, exhaust and ultimately reward you? Look no further, The Great Ride Off is all the above and much, much more. On Saturday 14th July more than 60 participants will brave this three-hour challenge to support the great work of the Rainforest Foundation UK and the Gorilla Organization. The main event will be held in the fantastic H2 Bike Run, in Soho, London W1 (http://www.h2bikerun.co.uk/). H2 Bike Run is the first bespoke Spinning® studio in London using Star Trac Spinner® bikes, air conditioning system and a bespoke AV system.

Two sessions will run from 12pm till 3pm and from 4pm till 7pm. The Warehouse Health Club in Aberdeen will also run a satellite event on the same date, starting at 12pm. Places are limited, so register now to secure yours. The entrance fee is £40, and each participant is asked to raise £180 in sponsorship – that’s £1 per 1 minute of riding. Both London sessions will be led by the International Spinning® Presenters Sarah Morelli and Sandro Morelli and Brian Greene from the National Spinning® Team. The Warehouse Health Club will be lead by Spinning® Instructors Kerry Smith, Mark Wallace and Mal Speagell.  Each participant will receive a goody bag and the top three fundraisers will win a prize. Event facilities: changing room; shower facilities; trained instructors; information on both charitable causes; water and energy snacks; first aid. Any questions about the event can be sent to info@thegreatrideoff.org or call The Rainforest Foundation UK office on (+44) 0 207 485 0193.

The funds will aid The Rainforest Foundation UK and The Gorilla Organization in their efforts to protect tropical rainforests in Africa. These threatened rainforests are homes to endangered animals such as gorillas, as well as numerous rainforest and indigenous communities.

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