Monday, 18 April 2011
We are pleased to announce that Pearson will be collaborating with PUNCHEUR - the south coast based sportive group run by Morgan Lewis - to drive logistics for the Pearson 150 Sportive on May 22nd, 2011.
In 2010, together we raised over £40,000 for The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity; this year we’re aiming to build upon this whilst organising a challenging and exciting event for all.
Always dedicated in bringing exemplary service to every aspect of our business, we are keen to generate an even bigger buzz around this year’s event. In an increasingly impersonal retail industry, we feel events like this reinforce our commitment to cycling and bring us into close contact with our customers and friends – after all companionship is what’s so fantastic about the British cycling community.
William had been pouring over our contacts, searching for the right group to drive the 150; people who share our vision and our ambition… Roll in PUNCHEUR:
“The boys from PUNCHEUR have a wealth of experience and great attention to detail, which has earned them the popularity to sell out their last 3 sportives. We are delighted that Morgan and Dave will now add these touches to the Pearson 150 and 75 and encourage riders to join up, raise some much needed cash for the Marsden and most importantly, really enjoy the ride. Please sign up and ask your friends too - it’s for a great cause! " - Will Pearson
PUNCHEUR will be adding on extras such as increased signage, a broad selection of food, a support vehicle, an extra feed stop for the 150 route (due to popular demand) and perhaps even a victory dip in the pool at the Marsden.
If you haven’t already, sign up and join us for the Pearson 150 on the 22nd May; you can sign up for either the full 150 route to Brighton or the shorter 75km route. Both routes will take you through the beautiful, winding lanes of Surrey and West Sussex. You’ll be in fantastic company and the safe hands of the Pearson-Puncheur collaboration, whilst your £25 donation will go even further in enhancing the lives of those affected.
You can sign up for the Sportive here... Now get training.
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