Joanna Rowsell Rideout | Action Medical Research

Joanna Rowsell Rideout

Kick-start your cycling year by joining Action’s cycling Ambassador, Joanna Rowsell MBE on this once in a life-time rideout on Sunday 1 March.

Starting and finishing at the beautiful Wotton House Hotel in Surrey you will ride with Joanna through the stunning and rolling Surrey Hills, picked for its outstanding views and made famous by the Olympics of 2012.

This ride is suitable for any cycling enthusiast. As part of the package there will be coffee / tea on arrival followed  by a scrumptious lunch, just what you need after a good morning in the saddle.

To join us on this amazing ride there is a one off fee of £400. Sign up today. Limited places available.

"I’d like to urge you all to get on your bikes for Action! Their impressive cycling programme is perfect for cyclists of all abilities to put themselves to the test on some great routes, both around the UK and on their London to Paris tour."
Joanna Rowsell MBE 

Find out more about Jo's nominations for the The Sunday Times & Sky Sports Sportswomen of the Year Awards.

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