Register now for Cycle India 2014
HEAL has now completed three Cycle India events in January 2008, January 2010 and January 2012, and we are now planning and recruiting for Cycle India 2014 from Mumbai to Goa. Fancy a challenge?
Cycle India has become HEAL's single biggest fundraising event having raised £220,000 over the three events and, crucially, spreading a lot of happiness to the participants, children at the HEAL Village and the people of India.
We are now recruiting for our fourth Cycle India event along a coastal route from the city of Mumbai to the popular tourist destination of Goa which will take place in January 2014. Cycle India 2012 was the best event yet and you can get a flavour of that ride by reading what the cyclists themselves had to say here: http://www.heal.co.uk/cycle-india-2012.html.
You can also read about our first two Cycle India events by clicking on the links on the right-hand side, while details of the 2014 route, schedule and accommodation can be found here: http://www.heal.co.uk/cycle-india-2014.html.
We are once again be looking for around 30-40 people from around the world to take part. We already have cyclists registered from the UK, USA, Australia, Germany and India and are looking to make Cycle India 2014 a truly multi-national event.
The main reason we hold this charity bike ride is for fundraising purposes, so to take part we expect every participant to agree to the following:
1. To secure your place pay a £250 registration fee click here: http://www.heal.co.uk/register-for-cycle-india.html.
2. Around three months before the event you will be asked to pay all your own costs, a further £1,500 for the event (covering flight costs from the UK, bikes, accommodation, food, drinks, support staff, internal flights etc.)
3. You will then be required to raise a minimum of £1,500 through fundraising for HEAL (or if you do not wish to fund-raise you can pay the £1,500 yourself).
Cycle India is an opportunity for people to get fit, take part in a life changing experience in a beautiful part of the world, while doing something very worthwhile for orphaned and underprivileged children in India.