Cycle 300 for Cancer Research UK

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Sign up to recieve your fundraising pack and online Giving Page.

Cancer Research UK fund around 50% of all cancer research in the UK. COVID-19 has slowed us down. But we will never stop. Whether you cycle 200 or 300 miles this September, you’ll be helping us continue our life-saving research.

Cycle 300 miles over a weekend, through the month or 10 miles every day of September.

Sign up to Cycle 300

Cycle 200 miles your way in September. This is roughly the distance of London to Brussels. 

Sign up to Cycle 200

Here’s a few ways you can rack up the miles over September:

Please refer to current government advice when taking part in the challenge.

Get fit – build stamina and tone muscles

Reduce stress – zone out and release exercise-induced endorphins

Burn calories – on average you’ll burn between 450 to 750 calories per hour

Join our Strava community and link your account to your Giving Page so friends and family can see your progress. 

Top 5 fundraisers will receive a Cancer Research UK cycling jersey.

Split the distance or cycle your miles together. Get your friends and family involved and set up a Team Giving Page to make fundraising a real team effort.

Follow our guide to help you prepare for your cycling challenge.

Make the most out of your challenge with our top tips.

Our fundraising tools are guaranteed to help you smash your target.

Kirstin took part in last year’s Cycle 300 after being diagnosed with breast cancer. She was determined to make a difference to a good cause and wanted to be in a fit state, both mentally and physically to help her approach chemo.

Hear Kirstin’s inspirational story from her challenge.

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