Charity cycle to see the start of 2015 Tour de France

Published on: 2nd February 2015

The 310 mile Miffy and Friends Charity Cycling Challenge is to commence in London on 30th June and arrive on 3rd July in Utrecht.NIJNTJES-WORDPRESS

The end of the challenge marks the eve of the Le Grand Depart of the 2015 Tour de France. Organised by Rainbow Designs’ Anthony Temple, DRi’s Alicia Davenport and CPLG’s Stephen Gould, 40 cyclists are needed for the event which brings together the UK and Dutch Licensing communities and other European licensing partners. Funds raised will go to The Light Fund in the UK and Wilhelmina Kinderziekenhuis Children’s Hospital in Holland.

Anthony Temple, said: “The UK licensing community are renowned for taking on challenges however testing, in order to raise funds for important causes so why not make your New Year’s resolution to get your bike out and start training for what promises to be an exciting and memorable trip in 2015.”


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