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Team Communisis Takes on Deloitte's Ride Across Britain

Company news • 29 January 2020

Team Communisis Takes on Deloitte

Over 9 days in September 2020 an intrepid team of cyclists from across Communisis will ride from the one end of Britain to the other.

This year the Communisis charity committee is supporting 5 riders to take part in the Deliotte Ride Across Britain. This is a once-in-a-lifetime, 9-day, 980-mile cycling challenge that goes from Land’s End to John O’Groats. The ride takes place between 5th - 13th September 2020.

Organised by Threshold Sports, the basecamp moves 100 miles every day to meet the riders. All food and accommodation, including camping, massages, medics, mechanics etc. will be taken care of and Threshold Chaperones will be out on the road to provide lots of support. Pros and other riders taking part will also be there in solidarity to create the so-called ‘RAB Bubble’.

The team of five from across Communisis, riding in Communisis Kit, will be taking on this challenge as a team. Other than undertaking the ride itself and the not inconsiderable training required, the riders will also help raise money for one of Communisis’ chosen charities. They won’t be in this alone however, as they’ll have the support of the entire company to help with the fundraising.

It’s a tough challenge but we’re sure our riders can take it on.

Good luck to all the riders taking part!

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