Gaucher’s Bike Ride
London – Cambridge on Sunday 4th September 2011
Back by popular demand
Start: University College School Playing Fields, Ranulf Road London NW2
Finish: Addenbrooke’s Hospital Cambridge
· Scenic 60 mile ride
· Open to all cyclists
· Fully marshalled route
· FREE refreshment stops along the route
· Under 16s to be accompanied by an adult
· Easy return by coach or train
Limited number of places available so register NOW!
Either go online at: www.gaucher.org.uk/cycleride, or contact Sarah on 01453 firstname.lastname@example.org.
A fee of £25 will be payable on registration and there is a minimum £200 sponsorship pledge. Coaches will be laid on to return cyclists to London at £25 per person (including bike).
In aid of the UK Gaucher Association, which supports UK sufferers of this disease. People with Gaucher disease lack sufficient activity
levels of an enzyme called glucocerebrosidase. This enzyme helps the body break down worn out cells and as a result of the enzyme
deficiency, a fatty substance called glucocerebroside accumulates in the spleen, liver, bone marrow and sometimes in the central nervous
system. For more information go to www.gaucher.org.uk