Sept. 16, 2021

Tour de Gateley 2021

Our charity cycle ride is set to return on Thursday 16 September and this year will support SportsAid

The route will be circular, starting from the stunning Sandon Hall, with an option to ride 50 miles or 70 miles through the beautiful Staffordshire countryside. The day will include lunch and finish with hospitality against the backdrop of the striking 19th-century country manor.

The entry fee for this year's ride is £45 - all fees will be donated to SportsAid, a charity partner of Gateley.

Whilst the routes are being finalised we invite you to register your interest and save the date.

Please note, this event will only take place if it is within government guidelines and it is safe to do so. We ask that each attendee follows any guidelines requested by both the government and Gateley in order to keep all parties safe.

All entry fees for this year's ride will being donated to SportsAid. The charity supports over 1,000 athletes each year – the vast majority aged 12 to 18 – by providing them with a financial award to help towards training and competition costs.

The charity's extensive alumni stretches across the generations with Dame Jessica Ennis-Hill, Sir Mo Farah, Sir Steve Redgrave, Laura Kenny CBE, Ellie Simmonds OBE, Adam Peaty MBE, and Tom Daley, having all received SportsAid awards. The charity’s impressive track record was highlighted at the Rio 2016 Olympics and Paralympics where SportsAid alumni managed to return a stunning haul of 150 medals collectively across the two Games.

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