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Spin For Hope

18th SEPT 2021

Ready to Join Us?


We need you !  

OUR GOAL : spin for a continuous, impressive 12 hours, to raise money for hope Support Services. 

Event takes place on 18th September 2021 from 8am - 8pm

Using the state of the art Technogym bikes, the event is based at 21 Wellbeing, in the Gateway Cinema,

at Labels, Ross on Wye.

Trainers Dana and Jen will lead you in Easy Fun Disco spin classes of either 30 Minutes or an Hour,  

OR serious cyclists can join us for the last hour where you can challenge Dana, Dan and Jen to see how far you can spin in 60 minutes!  

Join us on our mission.  - You can join as an individual or a team of up to 8 people, and invite friends and family to sponsor you to help us complete our mission. 

You'll get a FREE Backpack, Drink, and Protein Bar ... But more importantly the knowledge you will 

be raising money for this AMAZING charity. 




Hope is a local charity based here in Ross on Wye.

Hope is a registered charity offering support for young people when a loved one has a serious illness












21 Wellbeing, Gateway Cinema, Labels Shopping, Ross Park, 

Ross on Wye, HR9 7US

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TIME SLOTS:       

Fun, Easy Disco             Cycling with you are a 

Sessions:                        few people from:


8.00 - 8.30am              21 Wellbeing    



9.00 -10.00am 


10.00-10.30am             Absolute Automation    

10.30-11.00am               i6   





1.00-2.00pm                 Hup Agency


2.00-3.00pm                Chroma 



3.30 - 4.00pm    









Challenge Dana, Dan and Jen:

How many miles can you cycle in an hour?


To book in yourself OR a small team of up to 8:

you will need:

  • Preferred time

  • Email and DOB of each Participant

then just fill in the form below !

See you on the 18th !! 




Hope is a local charity based here in Ross on Wye.

Hope is a registered charity offering support for young people when a loved one has a serious illness.

Young people in a family health crisis can find the uncertainty of their family member’s life-threatening illness particularly distressing. They can find it difficult to share worries with family or friends – fearing they will be a burden to them and even add to the problem – so can become isolated, marginalised, frightened and angry. The issues they face can lead to disengagement with education, family members and peers and, in some cases, unhealthy coping mechanisms.

Support from Hope helps young people to re-engage with their education, their family and their friends – even making new friends who genuinely understand. Early intervention and continual support can prevent long-term mental health issues which otherwise could last into adulthood

Click the HOPE logo above to find out more about the amazing work they do.

Cant take part, but want to donate? CLICK HERE.

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