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HomeHealth & FitnessCape Homes sponsor this year’s Ride for Ryder

Cape Homes sponsor this year’s Ride for Ryder

Marking the 36th year of the event, Sue Ryder has announced the annual Ride for Ryder, sponsored by Cape Homes, is set to return to Gloucestershire. Registration is now open, and the charity is encouraging anyone interested in taking part to sign up. Money raised from the event will help Sue Ryder continue to be there for families when it matters and make sure no one faces death or grief alone.

There will be five routes this year – 40km, 60km, 90km, 130km and 160km, for those really looking to push themselves. Cyclists will head off from Dean Close School in Cheltenham, through the stunning scenery of the Cotswolds on a variety of routes. Those taking part and supporting will also be hydrated and fed along the way, with regular food and drink stops for all to enjoy.

Get on your bike for Ride for Ryder – The Sportive 2024 and enjoy some of the most stunning routes in the Cotswolds, while raising vital funds for families needing our expert and compassionate care.

Laura Jeffries, Community Fundraising at Sue Ryder Leckhampton Court Hospice, said: “We are delighted to announce the return of Ride for Ryder this July. The event is always a huge success and really popular with cyclists of all abilities from across the county. Staff and volunteers always look forward to it too, getting behind everyone and lining the streets in support. Fundraisers such as Ride for Ryder play a huge part in helping Sue Ryder to be there when it matters for families going through the most difficult times of their lives. We are really looking forward to seeing everyone there this summer!”

Mark Holland, Director at Cape Homes, sponsor of Ride for Ryder, said: “We are all so pleased to be sponsoring such an important fundraising event for Sue Ryder, a charity that means so much to so many in our community in Cheltenham and across Gloucestershire. We are really looking forward to being there on the day and cheering on those taking part!”

Sue Ryder Leckhampton Court Hospice will also be hosting its annual children’s cycling event on 6 July, in conjunction with the Cheltenham Town Wheelers to include all those aged 18 and under. More information will be shared on this event soon.
To sign up to Ride for Ryder, please visit:



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