Bipolar UK / The Prudential RideLondon

I’ve been asked to pass on this message from the charity Bipolar UK. Can you help them?

Who we are:

Bipolar UK is the national charity dedicated to supporting individuals and families affected by bipolar. Over a million people in the UK today have bipolar. We estimate that a further two million people, including loved ones, are impacted by the condition, which can affect anyone regardless of age, gender or ethnicity. That’s three million people who deserve to have access to dedicated bipolar support.

We provide a blend of bipolar support including a network of local peer Support Groups, a 24/7 eCommunity forum, Mentoring and a Support Line, to name a few. Details on our full range of services can be found at

We’re a small charity that has a big impact: in the past year alone we supported more than 80,000 individuals and families. And demand for our help is only growing. We’re determined to meet the need to ultimately support and empower more people affected by bipolar. But we need your help.

What the event is:

The Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 is an annual cycling event, which celebrates the cycling legacy created by the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. One for the early-risers, it starts at 6:00 am on 30 July 2017 in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Riders have a rare opportunity to navigate the capital via a closed-road-route as they head out to Surrey’s stunning countryside before a spectacular finish at The Mall in London.

Whether you’re an old-hand at sportives or a first-timer looking for a challenge, we’d love to recruit you to Team Bipolar UK! In return, we ask for a reg fee of £20 and fundraising target of £550.

We have guaranteed places, but once they’re gone, they’re gone. The final registration deadline is May (exact date TBC). If you’re interested, contact Bipolar UK’s fundraising team via 0333 323 3780 or or check our their event page:


Image: Eddie Keogh/Silverhub for Prudential RideLondon

Categories: Cycling

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