1 ride, 4 routes, 1 cause

Support us from your saddle in 2019!

Cycle St Giles is back and it’s bigger and better than ever! To date, our super cyclists have raised over £160,000 in support of people living with a potentially incurable illness in your local community.

We need you to help us raise as you ride through the Staffordshire countryside at one or both of our Cycle St Giles events.

NEW ROUTE ADDED
Missed out on a slot at Velo Birmingham or want to peddle that bit futher? Join us on our brand new 100 mile route for 2019 at Cycle St Giles Autumn!

Challenge yourself, raise vital funds and enjoy a great day out!

Cycle St Giles Spring

Sunday 3rd May 2020
Registration will open in September 2019. For more information or to register you interest click below.

Cycle St Giles Autumn

Sunday 1st September
Four route options, 26 miles, 50 miles 75 miles or 100 miles, each starting and finishing at our Whittington hospice.

Cycle St Giles Champion

May and September 2020
Registration will open in September 2019. For more information or to register you interest click below.

Steve Godwin went the extra
mile to say thank you

“Dad went into the hospice and once his pain was under control he rallied and I’d often come in to find him enjoying a Chinese and a beer. But when the nurses asked him where he would like to be when he died, he wanted to go home.

“The Hospice at Home team were there for Dad and the family for five weeks and were such a friendly team providing such amazing care. The hospice has been that awesome that just riding one route of the cycle ride didn’t seem enough to thank them for what they’ve done for our family.”

Steve Godwin was so inspired by the support St Giles gave to his dad that last year he did all three routes of the Whittington Cycle Ride on the same day. This year Steve will be supporting St Giles in memory of his dad Maurice, known as Reece, who died at home in September, with one of Steve’s cycle ride medals hanging from his bed.

Thank you, Steve.

This event is kindly supported by:

With thanks to: