White Cloud Coffee and V vs London to Brighton

Join us for a caffeine-fuelled ride to the FOOTPRINT+ show this summer!

 
 



We at Velocity Magazine are chuffed to bits to be teaming up with our newest sponsor and most excellent coffee supremos White Cloud Coffee Co to run a special 89km supported charity ride from London to Brighton - and the FOOTPRINT+ show.
The ride, which takes place on Monday 6 June, will be in two 45km segments with a start from Pearson’s bike shop in Sheen, lunch in Rusper, and finish on Hove Lawns before a special champagne reception in the British Airways i360 capsule. Open to all levels of rider, it costs £120, with gilets and jerseys available for an extra fee, and all profits going directly to The Starr Trust and deserving youngsters they support.
The Trust’s mission is to remove roadblocks for young people to help them succeed and thrive in whatever they put their minds to. Starr Trust does this by supporting individuals and groups with financial grants, sharing connections, mentoring and encouraging success.
FOOTPRINT+ meanwhile, is a new event for the UK property community bringing together industry leaders from all sectors of the property market. It takes place in Brighton this June, and provides a forum to discuss solutions to achieve a Net Zero future, form collaborative relationships and meet new clients.
We hope you can join us for the ride!

Thanks to Craig Pitt and Emily Day for making this all happen!
#property #people #coffee #cycling #event
 
Register now at: https://lnkd.in/dApDFKXJ

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