Jim Mallinder, Sam Dickinson and Dylan Hartley, who have all been a part of the county’s favourite annual fundraising bike ride over the past few years, helped select the design of the event’s brand new bespoke cycle shirt.
This limited edition shirt costs £25, with every penny going towards supporting the Hospice. This year’s Cycle 4 Cynthia hopes to raise over £60,000, and fundraising manager John Helm thanked the Franklin’s Gardens trio for their support.
“We’re incredibly grateful to our three sponsors, and of course the rugby boys for helping us launch this new shirt,” he said. “Every one sold will enable us to continue our vital work in caring for our patients and their families.
“We’re expecting them to be very popular!”
To see the shirt in all its full colour glory head to www.cycle4cynthia.co.uk
Cycle 4 Cynthia 2015, offering riders of all ages and abilities routes of 5, 25 and 50 miles, returns to its former home of Althorp on Sunday, September 13th, starting from 9am. Entry is £15 for adults, £7.50 for children and £35 for families, with fees rising after August 28th.
More details, including downloadable entry and sponsorship forms and online registration, are now available at www.cycle4cynthia.co.uk