Up for a cycling challenge?

Join our University of Nottingham cycle team this May and take on one of England’s greatest bike rides – the Way of the Roses.

Take part and you will be helping children fight brain tumours, by funding life-changing research at our leading Children’s Brain Tumour Research Centre at the QMC. This event is part of Nottingham Life Cycle 7 – aiming to raise £500,000 to give children with brain tumours a brighter future.

The deadline for registration is Wednesday 19 April and the ride will be taking place between 19 – 21 May.

The iconic Way of the Roses route takes cyclists from Bridlington to Morecambe in 3 days.
Get in touch to find out more by emailing impactcampaign@nottingham.ac.uk.

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