An opportunity to Ride 100 with Team StP

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A team of current and former athletes are completing a 100-mile cycle to raise money for Switch the Play Foundation. They include Rugby World Cup winners Martin Johnson CBE and Martin Corry MBE, Triathlon World Champion Kate Strong, Paralympic Gold Medallist David Smith MBE, Wasps' Sarah Mitchelson and Wasps' and England 15s and 7s Jane Leonard, England and Leicester Tigers' Leon Lloyd and Anthony Allen. 

The ride is taking place in Leicestershire on 15th August and you can join the athletes! There will be two groups cycling on the day to adhere to social distancing and government guidelines, but you will have the opportunity to ride alongside and chat to the athletes through 100 miles of Leicestershire countryside. 

There will be opportunities for photos before, during and after the ride and some special StP goodies. 

You will become a part of a huge fundraising effort to help the Switch the Play Foundation in a time where the whole charity sector is struggling financially due to the cancellation of planned fundraising events. 

You can find out more about the Foundation at and to read more about the Ride 100 visit
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An opportunity to Ride 100 with Team StP
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