On the Saturday evening we raced the LRC Cup in Vichte which was floodlit! The course was really good & went through the noisy beer tent (which was where the hurdles were placed)
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On the way home after a great week of racing in Belgium. I competed in 3 races: Superprestige Diegem, Ethias Cross Bredene and GP Sven Nys in Baal. Happy to have finished the week with a 21st, 4th and 9th place junior and loads of experience gained.
On the weekend before Christmas I raced Waaslandcross in Belgium. I loved the close and fast racing which is different to the UK. I was gridded back row of 77 riders and moved up to finish 35th, riding in the spirit of my good friend Charlie.
Thank you so much for this opportunity, it was an amazing experience that was so fun and I am so so grateful for you helping me to have this weekend!
I just wanted to say a massive thanks for the opportunity in Belgium. It was soooo fun and i enjoyed every second of it off and on the bike. I was and am so proud to of ridden for Charlie. Thankyou again! Thomas
Last weekend was a busy one. #Rideforcharlie and @hopetech supported a coaching day for 34 young cyclo cross boys and girls.
In august 2019 we were able to send 3 teams funded to the European Youth MTB Championships in Pila.
This year we are proud to announce that we are supporting three teams to go to Pila for the European youth MTB Championships.
One Team of Corran Carrick-Anderson, Elena McGorum and Callum Thornley, Emily Carrick-Anderson, Patrick Barnes, Reuben Oakley, Ben Chilton Chris Hilbert and Lotta Mansfield.
I have just got back from racing cross Duathlon at the European Championships for the GB Age Group Team in Târgu Mureş, Romania.
I went to the Alps, thanks to the support from Ride for Charlie, to get some experience racing against a European field. I was racing in two races whilst away, in the youth category – an Italian International Series race and a Swiss Bike Cup. In between these, I had the opportunity to train with […]
Charlie was a special boy who went to sleep on Friday the 20 January and didn’t wake up, he was 15. He left his family and friends in a state of shock and an incredible hole in our hearts. We miss him more every day.
Our aim is to support young off road cyclists,who are or would have been inspired by Charlie to follow in his pedal strokes. Our vision is to allocate funding to self motivated young individuals, who will be appraised for eligibility by the trustees.