Join Birmingham Children’s Hospital for the SACA Bike Ride 2018.
Birmingham Children’s Hospital Charity is inviting its big hearted supporters to join them in taking on the ride of a life time – the SACA Charity Bike Ride 2018 – and help raise vital funds for the 90,000 sick kids and their families cared for at the hospital every day.
Taking place on 28th-29th July, this epic two day challenge will see supporters cycle an incredible 126 miles from Birmingham to London. Every year a children’s charity is selected as the ride’s beneficiary and this year, the money raised by the SACA Charity Bike Ride 2018, will be donated exclusively to Birmingham Children’s Hospital Charity. Keen cyclists looking for a new challenge in support of the Charity should sign up quick, as registrations for this once in a lifetime event close on 16th July.
Serena Daw, Public Fundraising Manager at Birmingham Children’s Hospital Charity, said: “The annual SACA Charity Bike Ride is a key fundraising event in the Birmingham Calendar, so to be chosen as charity partner is fantastic.
“The money raised will support our mission to raise the vital funds needed to make a real difference to all who use the hospital’s services, offering them the best experience possible. This is such an important cause, so we urge any cyclists seeking a challenge to take on the ride and support our brave children.”
The SACA Bike Ride 2018 sets off from Smethwick and continues through Coventry, Daventry and Milton Keynes, before reaching a centennial milestone in Luton. After an overnight stay, the ride continues in the morning and passes through St Albans, Radlett, Elstree and Harrow, reaching its final destination in Southall. Registrations for this incredible event close on the 16th July, so any cyclists keen to take part should do so quick before it’s too late!
Team members from SACA commented: “All of us at SACA are excited and proud to be able to raise money for Birmingham Children’s Hospital Charity as part of our Birmingham to London charity bike ride this year. The work of the charity aligns with our ethos of supporting endeavours that focus on the wellbeing of children in the UK.”
To find out more about how to sign up for the SACA Bike Ride 2018 and support Birmingham Children’s Hospital Charity, visit here