Many thanks and congratulations to all who joined us for the DIVA - Warwickshire on Sunday 27 April.
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Outstanding sponsorship can be sent to: DIVA Warwickshire 100, Action Medical Research, Vincent House, Horsham, Sussex, RH12 2DP. We really appreciate the effort that goes into raising every penny - thank you.
Our Action DIVA charity bike ride in Warwickshire is calling all women to join the fun and take on this fabulous road cycling experience to help raise funds for sick babies and children. We’re passionate about cycling and thousands of cyclists return year after year to take part in our expertly delivered charity rides. We know that undertaking your first distance ride can be a nerve-racking experience so that is why we’ve created Action DIVA, a wonderful 37 mile route which will be taking place on the same day as our well established Warwickshire 100 event.
The Warwickshire 100 offers a number of route options but if you are new to cycling then we recommend the 37 mile option which explores Shakespeare’s favourite county, passing through picturesque villages and stunning scenery as you head out from Stratford upon Avon. We promise you a great day in the saddle and our friendly team will be on hand to look after you. This is still a tough challenge so get your girl friends on board, sign up early and plan your training.
If you are a more experienced rider then Warwickshire 100 event also offers a Classic 60 mile route or the more challenging Champion route at 100 miles! If you feel up for the challenge then please join us.
"I've been involved with Action since I was a child and as a recent convert to road cycling I can’t think of a better way to support my favourite charity. It's going to be a fun day out and a great way to help such a special charity raise much-needed funds."
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Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome (HLHS)
The news that their first baby, Jessica, had a rare, potentially fatal heart condition came as a complete shock to parents Louise and Michael. “It was discovered when I had a routine scan 20 weeks into my pregnancy,” says mum Louise. “We were told that our baby was unlikely to survive.”