What Is ONE LEEDS?
The ONE Leeds Charity Bike Ride is a fantastic new event for the whole family from 30 minutes long to the full 80 miles. This is a mass participation community event from the young to the old and we have designed a ride for everyone. Whether you are a young toddler just learning to ride a bike or someone who wants more of a challenge we have a ride just for you.
For the very first time 4 local organisations are coming together with the aim to raise money collectively. The Zone, Leeds Jewish Welfare Board, Donisthorpe Hall and St Gemma’s Hospice look after and support some of the most vulnerable individuals in our community. Our aim is to raise £100,000 to help these 4 local charities.
Prices For Participating
9:30am - 11am
12pm - 1:30pm
2pm - 4:30pm
(U6’s are free)
Family of 4 (2 Adults / 2 Children) is £25.00
In addition Individual riders for track must raise minimum of £25.00
Refreshments and changing facilities will be available at the Brownlee Centre
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At The Zone, every young person matters. Our commitment is to offer new and exciting experiences and opportunities by inspiring and empowering young people to learn and develop within an atmosphere of Jewish culture.
Donisthorpe Hall is a Jewish Residential and Nursing home run by dedicated staff committed to providing a comfortable friendly environment for all. Donisthorpe is truly a home within a home offering a Jewish ethos in a strictly Kosher environment whilst mirroring all the warmth of traditional family life and values.
Leeds Jewish Welfare Board delivers an outstanding range of registered care and community support services, positively changing lives for people of all ages.
We are a Leeds-based charity providing expert care and support for local people with terminal illnesses. We offer specialist medical and nursing care to thousands of local people each year and offer invaluable support to their families and friends. Opened in 1978, we are the largest hospice in Yorkshire and one of the largest in England.