September 22 @ 3:00 pm - September 23 @ 3:00 pm
A great challenge event organised by Doctors of the World for all our friends
Doc’Riders is an intense sporting challenge in solidarity with the most vulnerable people all over the world.
Cycling 200 km in 24 hours, or 100km in 12h, you will have an unforgettable experience.
Doc’Riders will take place on 21–22 September 2019, Marche-en-Famenne, Belgium.
Riding in teams of three or four, you will cycle either 200 or 100 km. Without switching riders and without technical support for your bikes, you will have 24 or 12 hours to complete the ride, depending on distance.
Doc’Riders is all about team spirit. You don’t need to be a high-level athlete to meet the challenge, just determination. Whether you ride with great friends, colleagues or family members, you can take on the challenge to complete the 100 or 200 km as part of Doc’Riders.
Get ready to hit the road!
Doc’Riders is not just a sporting challenge, it’s also a solidarity challenge.
Your objective: to collect at least £1,320 (€1,500) in donations from friends, family, colleagues, to support Doctors of the World’s patients. You need to meet your fundraising target before you get to the start line for Doc’Riders.
This may be daunting, but a little training will see you through. We will be there to accompany you throughout this adventure with advice and tools specially designed for you.
Ready to take on the challenge?
Until the 24th February, you can get 50% discount!
Need a few more details? Find out more information at here
- September 22 @ 3:00 pm
- September 23 @ 3:00 pm