The Right Royal RideCyclists of the borough! Bikeminded in partnership with The Kensington and Chelsea Foundation have organised a charity ride on Saturday 25 April 2015.

Join them for what will certainly be the most fabulous cycle ride of 2015 (yes, you heard that Tour de France), and help raise funds for local mental health and wellbeing charities.

Starting and finishing point: Holland Park, W8 from 10:00am

Ride starts: 11:00am

Ride finishes: 1:00pm

Ability: The ride will be marshalled. General ability to ride a bike is all that is required! We recommend parents to bring children under 5 in bike child seats.

REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN: Book your tickets here

All participants are welcome to enjoy the post-ride celebration in the park with refreshments available, entertainment and information on our charity partners and local mental health and wellbeing services. Feel free to bring along a picnic to enjoy with friends and families.

If you have any queries please contact email: cycling@rbkc.gov.uk

The local charities that will be supported are:

SMART is a mental health charity that promotes recovery through purposeful activity.

West London Action for Children is a small, independent charity providing a range of free therapy and counselling services to vulnerable children and their families in the local community.

Dalgarno Trust is engaged in building better futures with individuals & local communities through delivering a range of programmes that actively increase health & well-being, employment opportunities, education & learning.

Woman’s Trust – helping women recover from the long term mental health effects of domestic violence.

Celebrating 30 years this year, Al-Hasaniya supports the health, welfare, education and training needs of local Moroccan and Arabic speaking women and their families.

Kensington & Chelsea Mind works to improve the lives of people suffering from mental health problems.

HELP Counselling offers life-changing counselling across a spectrum of issues making therapeutic support more affordable and accessible to the local community.

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