Njinga Santa Cycle on Saturday Dec 3rd

Help Njinga Cycling hit 100 Cycling Santas!

Njinga Cycling, an indoor cycling and performance lab in Hampton Wick, are hosting their 4th Annual Charity Santa Cycle. After the huge success of their 3 previous Santa cycles, they are back bigger than ever this year once again helping to spread the Christmas joy to all the children at the Shooting Star CHASE Children's Hospice.

On Saturday 3rd December at 08h30, Njinga Cycling will be riding from the Whole Foods Store in Richmond to the Children's hospice in Hampton, delivering 100's of presents to the deserving children who won't be able to leave the hospice over the Christmas period.

Join Njinga Cycling this Christmas and help spread the joy and festive spirit. Entrance is free, each rider will simply be responsible for buying at least one present for a child and delivering it on the day. Whole Foods will kindly be sponsoring post ride nibbles and mulled wine. 

This is a Christmas event not to be missed. 

Date: 3rd December 2016
Venue: Cycling from Whole Food in Richmond to the Shooting Star Childrens Hospice in Hampton

For more information and to sign up visit: 


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