headeast Cycle Challenge

Sunday 4 December 2016 Cycling Events

Take on headeast, the ultimate cycling challenge with Lewis Moody MBE

Raising vital funds for The Lewis Moody Foundation, this incredible charity cycling experience will see you ride across Vietnam and Cambodia this December.

Riding 1,000km in just 11 days across steep and unforgiving terrain, this will challenge even the most experienced cyclists. This once in a lifetime journey across the southern coast and cool highlands of Vietnam through the drylands and ancient sites of Cambodia provides the chance to take in spectacular sites and landmarks.

headeast participants will join a team including former England Rugby Captain Lewis Moody MBE, World Cup winner Josh Lewsey MBE, England and Lions rugby star Lee Mears and polar explorer and adventurer Alan Chambers MBE.

Places are extremely limited so sign up today to secure yours.

Key Points:

  • 4-16 December 2016 (returning to London Heathrow at 5am on 16 December)
  • 1,000km across mixed terrain through Vietnam and Cambodia, starting in Saigon and finishing in Angkor Wat
  • Cycle 100-130km each day
  • Limited team of 20 riders
  • Bikes and headeast cycling kit provided
  • Trip cost is £2,900 per person which includes all travel, accommodation, guides, technical support and food and drink
  • Plus minimum sponsorship of £3,000 per person, 100% of which goes towards the work of The Lewis Moody Foundation and the HeadSmart campaign

How do I sign up?

To sign up or for more information, please email us or call Claire on 01252 749990.

Click here for the official website for team profiles, a blog and much more.