Suffolk Sunrise 100

10 May 2015

Cool45 miles
Classic60 miles
Champion103 miles

Many thanks and congratulations from everyone at Action Medical Research to all who joined us for the Suffolk Sunrise on Sunday 11 May. A great day in the saddle for all who took part! 

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Outstanding sponsorship can be sent to: Suffolk Sunrise 100, Action Medical Research, Vincent House, Horsham, Sussex, RH12 2DP.  We really appreciate the effort that goes into raising every penny - thank you.

The stunning backdrop of Framlingham College at the start of the Suffolk Sunrise 100 bike ride is a sight to behold. As one of over 1,300 riders, you will set off on this popular charity cycling sportive that offers an enjoyable mixture of town, countryside and coast on quiet lanes. The Suffolk terrain offers little resistance on this RIDE100 cycling event that is raising funds for children’s charity Action Medical Research. 

With three route options the Cool 45 mile route is great if you’re a newbie to cycling or if you’ve been out of action for a while. The more challenging Classic 60 mile and Champion at 103 mile routes are ideal if you’re an experienced or regular Sportive rider.

Expect a great day in the saddle with the team on this Action Medical Research cycling event with first class support throughout the day.


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Key information

Location: Framlingham College, College Road, Framlingham, Woodbridge IP13 9EY
Registration: 6.30 - 9.00am
Start times: 7.00 - 9.30am
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What our supporters are tweeting

Paul Arnold
Yesterday's roll into Paris was utterly fabulous. Like a dream heading down the Champs Elysee. Same time next year @actionmedres #amrl2p
Paul Arnold - 27 July 2014 09:35am
Suzanne Kimber
#amrl2p @actionmedres There's a ghost in our midst! (Look carefully! ) :)
Suzanne Kimber - 27 July 2014 09:10am
Alistair Sinfield
Thank you everyone for your support and for your fantastic donations to @actionmedres! You all made the painful ride worth it.
Alistair Sinfield - 27 July 2014 08:56am
Cheryl Pickett
Fab day with @amr_events @actionmedres - inspirational watching all those peeps getting so close to the end!
Cheryl Pickett - 26 July 2014 20:16pm
Murray MacGregor
Don't forget you can still sponsor me for Ride London on 10th August - raising money for @actionmedres at Thanks
Murray MacGregor - 26 July 2014 18:55pm

Joshua's story

Jeune syndrome

A scan showed that Joshua had legs and arms much shorter than expected, and he may be affected by some form of dwarfism. Nearly a month after he was born tests revealed that he had Jeune syndrome, a rare and incurable hereditary condition.