Blow away the winter cobwebs and join Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice for our springtime sponsored cycle event on Sunday 22nd April 2018

Our 75km hilly challenge starts in Bartley Green and extends into the Worcestershire countryside. The route meanders through scenic villages such as Romsley, Belbroughton, Chaddesley Corbett, Dodford and Barnt Green. After just 5km participants are presented with Romsley Hill, a 4km hill climb designed to warm up our cyclists. The route goes out as far as Stoke Prior before heading back into the South Birmingham suburbs. As the sail boats come into view at Bartley Green reservoir participants take on the final stretch towards the finish line.

Cyclist can sign-in at leisure on the day and head off at any time between 9am and 10am. We provide a range of refreshments and toilets at the start/finish venue as well as a feed station and comfort stop on route. All riders who successfully cross the finish line will be rewarded with a commemorative gift and certificate.

Registration Fee - £20.00

The registration fee for Ride the Reservoir covers the cost of hosting the event. It is sponsorship and donations that make a huge difference to our patients and families.

This event doesn’t have a minimum sponsorship target, we just as you to raise as much as you can. You can pay in your sponsorship by:

Cash  
Bring your money into the main reception of our hospice and ask for a member of the Fundraising Team.  The team is available Monday-Friday from 9am-5pm

Cheque  
Send your cheque (made payable to Birmingham St Mary's Hospice) to: Birmingham St Mary's Hospice, 176 Raddlebarn Road, Selly Park, B29 7DA.  Please include the reference 'Reservoir' and include your name and address so we can send a thank you!

If you aren’t able to raise sponsorship and would like to make a donation instead then simply click on the ‘DONATE’ button above.

Every penny raised from Ride the Reservoir will make a big difference. Thank you for supporting the Hospice and our event. We look forward to seeing you on the day.