Here you will find all the information you need about this annual fundraising event.
Time to hop on, get your wheels turning and see how many laps of Preston Park's historic cycle track you can ride. This is our cycling challenge for the whole family, even the littlest legs can join in. Each lap is 600m so set yourself a family challenge. Who can ride the furthest? Go at your own pace as the event runs all afternoon. We'll have bike mechanics on hand to deal with punctures. All cyclists will need to wear a helmet or you won't be able to take part. This cycle challenge is organised by Martlets and the MNDA - you can raise sponsorship for both charities or choose the one closest to your heart. Whoever you support your money will change lives.
Please register in advance, adults £12, children u16 £5.
Make a donation on our Virgin Money Giving page.
If you want to fundraise online, set up your Virgin Money Giving page here.
Download a sponsor form if you are fundraising offline, and download the flyer here.
Great push to get out and do some extra cycle training with first and only Ironman challenge coming up next summer
Great fun last year + good cause = no excuse!
Regular cyclist with Sussex Bike Club - although never round the velodrome. Keen to raise more awareness and sponsorship in memory of my dad who died from MND in 2005
I'm supporting my wife who is doing several events this year raising money for a brain and spine charity after she lost her best friend earlier this year
My mum passed away from MND in 2010 & it will mean to the world to me to take part
I love cycling and it sounds like a fun thing to do with my son!
I love cycling and my sister and mum both have cancer so I want to help the charity
The Martlets is a charity close to my heart as my late Mum was looked after by them
My wife was in the Martlets hospice in Hove before she passed away
I am a supporter of the martlets since surviving cancer 5 years ago . I have also lost two very close friends to the decease , who were looked after and died with dignity while in the care of the Martlets
My Mum died from MND and so as a family we try to support all MND activities
Because my Granny had MND and she has died last month and I want to do it again
I love to take part in sporting events, especially for charity. To inspire and encourage my foster daughter to have a fit and healthy life
Its a good cause, its connected with PPYCC and should be a bit of fun
because my grannie died of moton neurone or mnd last month
Im a keen cyclist and want to join in, raise money for the amazing hospice.