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Get Pedalling in Vietnam and Cambodia for HEART UK!
We’ve joined forces with our partners Dream Challenges, to bring you this fantastic opportunity to cycle The Big Heart Bike ride next February 2017. This amazing challenge takes you through both Vietnam and Cambodia and you’ll be using your pedal power to help raise funds for your favourite heart charity – HEART UK of course!
Vietnam and Cambodia are two of South East Asia's most fascinating countries! The challenge starts in Vietnam's Ho Chi Minh City and finishes at the world heritage site of Angkor Wat in Cambodia. Along the way you will experience breath taking scenery, ancient temples and the warmth of the local people.
There will be a huge amount of fun and friendship along the way as cyclists of all abilities come together to take up this exciting challenge. The latest Big Heart Bike Ride in India raised over £200,000 for 16 different heart charities. The challenge is from 17-28 February, 2017.
There are two ways in which you can fund your Big Heart Bike Ride challenge. Both methods require you to pay a non-refundable registration fee of £299 when you sign up for the challenge.
Select HEART UK, register for the challenge and then fundraise £3,200. Providing you have raised the funds 10 weeks before the challenge your charity will pay the tour costs on your behalf with the remaining money going directly to support the work of your heart charity.
Self Funding with Sponsorship:
Pay the tour costs yourself, 10 weeks before the challenge and then fundraise as much as you can for HEART UK or make a personal donation.
SIGN UP for this dream challenge NOW!
PLEASE NOTE: By completing the challenge you are doing this at your own risk and the charity cannot be held responsible for any injury caused.