The Tinkoff-Saxo Teddies 2-Wheeler

30 April 2014

Chloe Mouldby Chloe Mould

Sunday 27 April saw around 200 people attend the first Tinkoff-Saxo Teddies 2‑Wheeler event at St Edward's School in Oxford.

Despite the wet and windy weather, the hardy participants took on their challenges of a 5-, 50- or 100-mile cycle around the beautiful surroundings of Oxfordshire. The photos from the day are now ready to view on our Leonard Cheshire Disability events Facebook page.

The Tinkoff-Saxo Teddies 2-Wheeler is set to make £10,000 and all of the money raised including the entry fees will be split between the St Edward's bursary scheme and John Masefield House, our care home at Burcot, near Abingdon.

On behalf Leonard Cheshire Disability, thank you to everyone who took part and for all the hard work put into training and fundraising. The money raised will make a huge difference.

We believe that everybody should be given the chance to take part in sports if they want to, whatever their abilities. Find out more about our other inclusive events.

Chloe Mould is an events officer at Leonard Cheshire Disability.


Great event, well organised and great fun. Role on 2015 where it will be bigger and even better and ho can we have some sun

Add new comment