RGU Century Cycle

RGU Century Cycle
Friday 27 November 2015
10:30pm - 7am
RGU Campus




"It's not how you move, but how moved you are"

We are looking for teams of 5-10 to compete to travel 100 miles the fastest!

The RGU Century Cycle is a fundraiser for the migrant crisis throughout Europe. Competitors, volunteers and spectators will be braving the cold and darkness of Aberdeen's night, all for this great cause.

We have all seen glimpses of the atrocities which these migrants have faced, so to aid them in this, we will be banding together to show our support. Our aim is to raise awareness and funds for TLC food bank, which is taking a leading role in helping refugees across the country.

We, as a University, are already in partnership with TLC, who aidstudents with financial difficulty, such as providing food packages to them. This idea would strengthen our links and help keeo our local partnerships strong.


THE ROUTE:




FORM DOWNLOADS:

Team Registration Form        |        Sponsorship Form        |        Volunteer Registration Form


FIND OUT MORE:

For more information, contact GianPiero Franchi by emailing presspa@rguunion.co.uk or post on the official Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1518170835171880/




Top stories from Radar

“We’ll Be Dancing Like it’s the Summer of ’69” - Bryan Adams Announces Tour Date in Aberdeen

On 8 May, Bryan Adams will be playing at the P&J Live in Aberdeen. This will be his only Scottish tour date and is part of his new Shine A Light tour.

 
Charlotte's Tandems

Charlotte's Tandems is a registered charity who lend tandems and tag-along bikes to those with disabilities or additional needs, who are unable to safely ride a bike themselves, for free.

 
What is the 'AGM'?

This year RGU:Union's Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be held on the 18th of February. It is an important opportunity to ensure that students' voices are heard. There will be a prize raffle and free food for those who attend.

 
Study finds male breast cancer on the rise

A new Aberdeen University study found that male breast cancer diagnosis has risen continuously for the past 15 years.