Next month, team members John Knight and Richard Teare will be flying the flag for Ringrose Law at the annual Castle to Coast to Castle (C2C2C) 100 mile bike ride event. If that wasn’t enough, the team are adding a unique twist this year to raise more dough for charity, the team are swapping their usual road bikes for Hovis bikes!!

Head of the Personal Injury & Medical Negligence Team and Partner at Ringrose Law, John Knight, thought it was about time the boys really challenged themselves, as if 100 miles on a bike in one day wasn’t enough… and suggested the team rode the gruelling route on Hovis bikes, in the hope of raising even more money for charity.

C2C2C was established in 2011 as a way to get more people cycling, raise some money for charity and have some fun. Since its first year the event has grown and grown and now attracts over 500 riders each year.

“This is the fourth year we have taken part in the Castle to Coast to Castle bike ride and hopefully will be the best year yet. We are keen cyclists and we wanted to set ourselves a real challenge this year, as well as do something a bit daft, so decided to borrow Hovis bikes for the event. We realise this will be a real physical test for us all but still hope to complete the route in good time,” comments John.

As the pair didn’t happen to own a set of Hovis bikes, Mark Hollingsworth at the new Giant Bike Store at Doddington Hall very kindly agreed to loan a couple for the day. We’re sure he just wanted to see them suffer!

Along the route the team will be handing out Ringrose Law goodies to other cyclists and passers-by. If you see them on route please give them a wave and if you can make a donation that would be great – notes only please as coins are too heavy to carry!

“This year the event is raising money for the Multiple Sclerosis Society, Cyclists fighting Cancer and St Barnabas Lincolnshire, three great charities worthy of as much support as possible. We hope by doing something a little bit different it will make people want to support us even more.”

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