Are you a cycling enthusiast? We have just the challenge for you.
Next month, Gallagher will launch their inaugural charity cycling challenge, The Road to Twickenham, which will sees eight ex-professional players – including Gloucester Rugby’s own Charlie Sharples - cycle the Gallagher Premiership Rugby Trophy more than 750 miles.
Starting in Newcastle and traveling the breadth of the country, the riders will stop at every Premiership Rugby club before finishing at Twickenham Stadium in time for the Gallagher Premiership Final on June 18.
Gloucester’s leg will take place on Tuesday 14 June with riders beginning at Worcester's Sixways Stadium and finishing at Kingsholm - and we have 15 places up for grabs!
Cherry & White fans can book onto the Gloucester leg of the cycle ride for £50 while committing to raise £150 for the Gloucester Rugby Foundation.
The Gloucester Rugby Foundation is the official charitable arm of Gloucester Rugby. Established in 2016, the Gloucester Rugby Foundation has grown to become one of the leading charitable organisations in Gloucestershire, using sport as a vehicle to achieve positive social change.
Riders can either chose to donate £150 to the Gloucester Rugby Foundation as part of the booking process and/or raise funds via this Just Giving link.
To book a place on the Gloucester leg of the ride click here.
To find out more about Gallagher’s Road to Twickenham cycle ride click here.