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Cogs 4 Cancer Tribute Ride

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Date(s) - Oct 10, 2014
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Cogs 4 Cancer Tribute Ride

Join the Cogs 4 Cancer Tribute Ride in aid of cancer research on Friday Oct. 10. Help fight back against Cancer and remember the numerous people that the superyacht world has sadly lost to this terrible disease.

To enter this unforgettable event you need to raise a minimum of €300 euros which will be donated to local French Cancer charities. In addition to this you will also need to pay €50 for your Cogs 4 Cancer cycling jersey which is yours to keep and must be worn on the day.

Numbers are limited so don’t delay, this event will be run on a 1st come first served basis.

 

Date – Friday Oct. 10
Distance – 80km or 40km
Start – Marina Portosole, Sanremo 10.30am
Lunch – Refreshment stop in Monaco
Arrive – IYCAAntibes (International Yacht Club d’Antibes) 16.00pm
Closing date for entries – 31/08/14. Local Cancer Charities are – ISIS – Tzanck in Mougins & Lenval childrens cancer unit – Nice.
80km ride = Sanremo to Antibes
40km ride = Monaco to Antibes.

 

Support vehicles including energy drinks & water will be provided.
Minimum charity donation = €300 (three hundred euros)

 

All money to be paid by cheque / transfer into C4C account by Sept. 30.

 

You can use any bike you want but bear in mind that smooth road tyres will make the ride easier. This event is open to all ages – but all riders must be able to ride a bike and be physically fit. All riders will enter this event at entirely their own risk, Cogs 4 Cancer will not be held responsible for any accidents or incidents.

 

Train hard = Ride easy.

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