Richard Bradford leads a group of cyclists from London to North Wales, before ascending one of the highest mountains in the UK. Join him to raise vital funds for research into finding treatments and a cure for Friedreich's ataxia. 

From 18-20 September, Ataxia UK supporter Richard Bradford and a group of cyclists will be riding 250 miles from London to North Wales, before climbing 3000ft to the summit of Mount Snowdon... all in three days!

This is a fully supported ride with all routes, twin-room accommodation, meals, transfers and a guide for the mountain assent supplied. There will also be an end-of-event party, and transport via mini buses back to London is covered. 30-40 riders will be joining you on this unforgettable ride, and as Richard has experience in leading group cycle rides (he organised a ride from London to Paris in 2017 for Ataxia UK), you'll be in the best of hands.

Richard asks everyone taking part to try and raise £600 in sponsorship. These funds will go towards a specific research project which aims to find treatments and a cure for Friedreich's ataxia, as Richard's daughter, Meg, and hundreds of other children and adults across the UK live with the condition. Ataxia UK will offer guidance and support to help you hit your target; just get in touch for ideas!

Email Richard for more details at [email protected]  or [email protected]