Support our Life Cycle 6 endurance challenge riders


August 10th, 2016

The Life Cycle 6 endurance bike ride will set off from Lizard Point in Cornwall on 19 August, finishing 16 days later at Dunnet Head in Scotland. The ride covers 1,400 miles, taking in the four compass points of mainland Britain to help raise £1 million for breast cancer research here at the University.

Professor Sir David Greenaway is joined by a team of twelve riders gearing up for this challenge of a lifetime. Sponsor the team on JustGiving or get on your bike and take your own challenge at our community ride on Sunday 4 September.

Find out more on the Life Cycle 6 website.

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