Get cycling for the Cystic Fibrosis Trust
We've got all kinds of cycling challenges to get you pedalling furiously towards a life unlimited by cystic fibrosis! With events throughout the year, you can dive right in or set yourself a future challenge to train for. Whatever you choose, we'll support you from start to finish. Scroll down to find out more...
What support will I get?
We'll make sure you look the part with your very own Team CF top to wear
with pride, but just as importantly we'll provide you with a pack
brimming with ideas to make sure you enjoy the fundraising as much as
the event! You'll also get access to our exclusive Team CF Facebook
Cycling Group and event newsletters.
In need of inspiration for ways to raise your target? Check out our tips on how to organise a fundraising event!
What could your personal best achieve?
In 2017 over £260,000 was raised through cycling events alone. That's enough to provide expert information and support through our helpline for over three years. Our helpline enables us to directly support people with CF and those who care for them by offering practical advice and a sympathetic ear when they need it most. So, what are you waiting for? On your bike!
Jemma’s inspiration for her cycling challenge was her friend Molly, who has cystic fibrosis. She decided to take on a cycling challenge to raise money for the Cystic Fibrosis Trust, choosing the 46 mile route of the 65 Roses Holme Moss Classic. On the big day Jemma was worried her nerves would get the better of her.
She said: “46 miles felt a very long way before starting, and Yorkshire hills are definitely not small! But everyone at the start was so friendly, helpful and supportive, and the mass start was amazing to be part of!
“When I finally crossed the finish line I felt such a sense of relief and I was very proud, it felt like such an achievement, and everyone was cheering as all the riders came back in. In total I managed to raise £629 for the Trust. It was definitely a hard challenge but I would recommend it to anyone.”