Halow250 (10th edition) Annual Charity Bike Ride

The Halow250 annual charity bike ride in aid of halow project challenges 100 + riders to cycle 250 miles from London to France in just 48 hours of pedalling, alongside halow’s patron, Damon Hill OBE.

All the money raised by the riders goes directly to halow, with the costs of the event being met by a combination of rider fees and the generosity of the event sponsors.

The cyclists, supported by a volunteer support team, will endure over 35,000 feet of climbing over the 3 days; from London down to Portsmouth on the Friday followed by over 100 miles through Normandy on the Saturday and finally getting to the finish in Godalming on the Sunday.

As always, Sykes will have a strong team involved all trying to complete the 250 mile route in under 48 hours.

The event is being held on 28th-30th April and is the 10th and last edition of the charity ride, raising funds for Halow Project and their support of young adults with learning difficulties.