Ride for Precious Lives is a unique annual sponsored cycling challenge, which takes over 100 cyclists more than 200 miles across the South West to raise money for short and precious lives! Riding from Bristol to St Austell, you’ll cycle through challenging but breath-taking scenery and visit the 3 children’s hospices as part of your journey.  

On Friday, you will start at Charlton Farm in North Somerset, On day 2 you’ll cycle to Little Bridge House in Barnstaple, and then on Sunday, you will make your way to the finish line at Little Harbour near St Austell. 

Ride for Precious Lives attracts cyclists who are committed to ride between 70 to 80 miles each day with a range of elevations across Cheddar Gorge, Exmoor and Bodmin Moor. It is the perfect challenge for solo riders looking to go the extra mile, seasoned cyclists taking on another challenge or corporate groups looking for a team cycle. 

Cyclists who have taken part in Ride for Precious Lives before always say how inspired they have been by the children and families they met along the way. Ride for Precious Lives has the credentials of every longstanding event in the UK cycling calendar and an impact that is incomparable to any other cycling event.  

There are just 115 spaces for this unique challenge, and it does sell out year after year. With places limited, Children’s Hospice South West ask that you don’t delay in securing your place. They kindly ask each rider to commit to raising £1,200 in sponsorship and will support every one of you along your fundraising journey. 

They have just 15 spaces remaining! 

If you are keen to see what it’s all about? Visit their YouTube channel for videos of each day


Get involved with an experience like no other this year, sign up now!