Next year will be the fourth time a group of Alder Hey fundraisers have packed their bags for a far-flung adventure, and 2017's challenge has just been announced - a 400km cycle from Vietnam to Cambodia.
Following trips to the Great Wall of China, India and a Grand Canyon trek later this year (limited places still available), our 2017 challenge will take a group of intrepid cyclists to South East Asia to make a nine-day trip from Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) to the stunning temples of Angkor Wat in Cambodia.
With return flights from Manchester, this breath-taking bike ride is one of the best in the world of fundraising events and will guarantee you memories and new friends to last a lifetime. Most importantly, your pedal power will be raising vital funds to make a difference to the lives of the 275,000 young people treated at Alder Hey each year.
Want to know more?
We've posted more details on our Vietnam to Cambodia Cycle Challenge page and we'd love to see you at our free, no obligation information evening on Wednesday 25th May, from 6-8pm.
Book your place by calling Cath on 0151 282 4795 or email [email protected]
If you're already ready to register, brilliant!