15 riders crossed over the finish line at 16:30 on Sunday 8th September after cycling for 3 days from London to Amsterdam.
Each rider has raised a considerable amount for their chosen charity which will go a long way to making a difference to a variety of causes.
Here is a selection of images for your enjoyment
Follow Gillian Spencer’s Journey from London – Amsterdam
Tomorrow morning 16 riders will be meeting in london at 6:30am to embark on their 300 mile journey to Amsterdam.
We would like to thank the following sponsors for making the ride happen and helping to raise money for the riders personal charities:
See the supporters section of the website for details of who else has been involved in this years ride
Please show your support by sponsoring the riders.
We will keep you updated on facebook and twitter throughout the ride
With just over a week to go to choose a rider to sponsor, here’s a full list of all those taking part this year:
- Ciaran Doran, Datasat – Linkedin
- Glyn Bartlett, Vector3 – Linkedin
- Steve Owen, Quantel – Linkedin
- Nick Pannaman, JCA – Twitter
- James McCulloch, Nene Park Trust – Linkedin
- Oktawia Szmigielska, St. Mungo’s – Linkedin
- Jon Bentley, Chouette Consulting – Linkedin
- Mike Casey
- Mark Dollery, Arri – Linkedin
- David Bleakley, Phabrix – Linkedin
- Paul Stacey, F13 Events – Linkedin
- Gillian Spencer
- Reece Percival, Snell – Linkedin
- Jillian Doran – Linkedin
- Mark Hallinger, Newbay Media – Linkedin
- Reuben Bakker-Dyos – Linkedin
The IBC2IBC team for 2013 is building nicely and due to popular demand the 24 hour challenge is back.
A group of riders will be attempting to ride the 300 miles in 24 hours again catching the rest of the team up and arriving together in Amsterdam on 8th September for a well deserved drink at the finish line.
There are still places available in either team so please contact us if your interested and want more details.
Friday 6th – Sunday 8th September 2013 (return to UK on 9th September)
- IBC offices (London) – IBC exhibition (RAI – Amsterdam)
- 300 miles in 3 days
- 2 nights stop over in Belgium & Holland on route
- 4 group training rides scheduled leading up to the ride (It’s advisable that you attend at least two of these)
- Raising money for your chosen charity. (VICTA and The Vision Charity are IBC’s chosen charity for the ride.)
- Entry fee – £250
For more information and to register your interest please contact us