Ganet’s Adventure School


Be part of our big cycling adventure leading from the heart of London, passing  spots along the Thames which are famous for their culture, history and wildlife. We finish in the Medway town of Rochester. The aim of this 41 mile ride on Sunday 23 May 2010 is to raise £4,000 to help pay for the construction of new classrooms at the school in Malawi.

Our route is a mostly traffic and hill-free, and so is suitable for cyclists of most abilities, even if you’re not a regular rider. It follows a section of the well-signposted National Cycle Network’s National Route One.


Each rider will receive an entry pack, a ride information pack on the day and a t-shirt to wear on the day and to keep as a souvenir. The ride costs £15 per person, which also covers the costs of our overheads. Any money left over will go direct to Ganet’s Adventure School.


We ask each rider to pledge to raise a minimum of £100 for Ganet’s Adventure School Fund. Each rider can set up their own donations page on which  allows people to sponsor you online and also takes care of donations eligible for Gift Aid.

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