Block A, Centre House
Thursday 26th April 2012
Potential fundraisers are being given 18 months' notice to get in shape for a 400-kilometre sponsored bike ride.
Yorkshire Cancer Research is offering supporters places on Unite And Bike Against Cancer 2013 which takes place in October 2013.
It is open to anyone over 18 and they will be expected to take part in pre-event training weekends.
The challenge, organised by Global Adventure Challenges, will take its participants from the lower slopes of Mt Kilimanjaro, through Tarangire and Lake Manyara National Parks to eventually finish at Ngorongoro Crater Reserve.
Emma Young, head of events at Yorkshire Cancer Research, said: "We are very proud to be a charity partner for the Unite And Bike Against Cancer event. It is a fantastic opportunity for cyclists throughout Yorkshire to take part in a unique adventure and form friendships with those who also have a desire to do their bit in the fight against cancer."
The ride takes place over five days and will see people from all walks of life join together to raise thousands of pounds for different cancer charities.
Bikes will be provided and participants will stay in a mixture of hotels, traditional African lodges and campsites.
For more details and to register visit http://www.ycr.org.uk/unite-and-bike-against-cancer.
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