Following the success of Ride for Their Lives 2021, from London to Glasgow ahead of COP26, which had a well supported stop in Newcastle en route, the plan this year, RFTL 2022, is to do a ride linking hospitals at Hexham and Cramlington (NSECH) with the Great North Childrens Hospital, Newcastle on Saturday 8 October 2022 Route map and further information to follow. For further information contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ride For Their Lives North East 2022
Come and cycle with us! Following the success of Ride for Their Lives 2021, a marathon ride of paediatric healthcare professionals from London to Glasgow ahead ofCOP26, RFTL 2022 will be shorter rides linking healthcare centres.
Beyond “raising awareness”, the rides will promote conversations and motivate action to address the health impacts of climate change and air pollution, particularly to protect children.
Ride for their Lives (RFTL) 2022 is a global campaign by paediatric and other healthcare providers to link with and inspire the healthcare community to protect children and patients from the disastrous effects of the climate crisis.
What: A bike ride to bring together health professionals in the North East
Who: You! Tailor your ride choose which leg(s) you join.
When: Saturday 8th October
Leg 1: 0830 arrive Hexham General Hospital
0900 leave Hexham General Hospital
1130 arrive NSEC, Northumbria Specialist Emergency Care
Leg 2:1200 leave NSEC
1400 arrive GNCH, RVI, photos, special guests
Alternative legs: Feel free to design your own route to arrive at the GNCH RVI
What to bring: Bring your bike and all you need to ride it - cycle repair kit if you have one, water and snacks to keep you going + warm layers for when we stop. Bring your colleagues – feel free to invite friends, colleagues or family members to join us.
We are individuals riding together in a mutually supportive way. The ride is unsupported and people ride taking own responsibility, but we will all help and support each other.
PLEASE EMAIL email@example.com to let us know if you’re coming, and if you’d like us to share the route with you (including on Komoot or GPX)