Cycle – Choose your own ride

Cycle – Choose your own ride

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Cycle – Choose your own ride

Cycle in any race or ride while supporting education for children in conflict!

Join Africa Educational Trust’s cycling team, pick any race or ride you want to do and help create a better future for children growing up in conflict-affected countries in Eastern Africa.

Whether you are a cycling novice or dedicated enthusiast, there are great races and rides happening almost every month you can get involved with. Turning any ride into a fundraising event is easy and you will be supported all the way by our fundraising team.

Nick photoWhy join Team AET?

  • You will have access to training, advice and support to make your ride a success
  • You will receive your very own AET cycle jersey and;
  • You will be giving a child the chance to learn who would otherwise miss out

What are we looking for in a cyclist?

  • Excited and passionate about supporting education for children living in conflict
  • Commitment to the training required to safely and successfully complete your ride
  • Ready to fundraise with the support and assistance of our team

Think you might be interested in being part of our team?

Then we want to hear from you. Whether you have a race or ride in mind, or if you are still not sure of your options, we are happy to talk to you about possibliies and how you can get started with AET’s cycling fundraising team. Contact us by phone (020 7831 3283) or email to start a conversation about being one of our cyclists.

Event dates: various throughout the year. We are happy to help identify rides for you to join if you need assistance.

You must have a course-worthy and permitted bicycle to ride your course. Most rides will let you know if there are specific guidelines for their courses.

Registration fees: vary event to event, find something to fit your budget
Fundraising target: we will help you set a goal that feels achievable for you. Every £15 helps provide education to someone in need

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