The Drinks Trust and The Wine Trade Sports Club Foundation are pleased to present a dedicated industry three-day cycling tour, the Harvest Tour in association with VinLog. The bike ride will take place from Friday 29th September to Sunday 1st October, with the aim of raising valuable funds for The Drinks Trust’s Cost of Living Crisis Appeal.
The event will take place along a stunning route visiting some of the best vineyards and sparkling wine producers in the South-East of England, organised by a leading provider of dedicated cycling events, Pie Events. The bike ride will see cyclists embarking on a 110 km day ride, passing through some of the most famous English vineyards including Chapel Down, Gusborne and Bolney to name a few, and facing one of Britain’s most iconic climbs, Box Hill.
This will be a fundraising event with the ambition of providing vital revenue to support the work of The Drinks Trust through its new Cost of Living Crisis Appeal.
HOW TO SIGN UP
The Wine Trade Sports Club and The Drinks Trust are looking to recruit 40 riders on a first-come, first-served basis to participate in the Harvest Tour in association with VinLog.
Thanks to the sponsorships in place, the registration fee is only £395 for a 3-day bike ride, but since this event will be part of the Cost of Living Crisis Appeal, we would encourage each participant to raise £1,000 for the Trust.
Places are limited, and the demand is high, so don't hesitate, sign up today!
Come and enjoy a challenging ride around the beauty of England's South East wine country with peers and friends, championing our national wine industry and raising money for your colleagues in need.
Registrations are now open! Don't miss out,register today
The Drinks Trust would love to extend its gratitude to the exclusive Sponsor of the Bike Ride VinLog powered by Kuehne+Nagel