The Rotary Club of Stornoway would like to invite you and your business to be involved in a static bike ride in aid of charity Prostate Scotland.
On Saturday, June 20th, the Rotary Club and The Nicolson Institute Interact Club will present a static bike event from 10am to 6pm in Perceval Sq, Stornoway.
The event will be opened by a procession of The Nicolson Institute Pipe Band and Marching Band combine, through Stornoway town centre and into the Square.
In situ will be five static cycles and the aim is to cycle a total of 500 miles throughout the event, raising charity funds through sponsorship and donations.
Displays of the work undertaken by both the Rotary Club of Stornoway and The Nicolson Institute Interact Club will also be available on the day, along with teas, coffees and music from Nicolson Institute musicians.
The Stornoway Rotary Club Bike for Life is part of the UK wide Rotary Father’s Day Cycle fundraiser which will see over 50,000 members of the 1,800 Rotary Clubs take to their cycles on Sunday, June 21st to raise funds and awareness of the work of Prostate Scotland.
Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men in Scotland, with one in eleven men likely to develop it.
There are various ways in which you can participate, such as you or your staff getting sponsorship to join in the cycle.
Join us in our mission by setting up a static bike in your workplace and see how many miles your staff can clock up within the event timeframe.
Or sponsor the event and donate to Prostate Cancer.
Donations, and sponsorship monies can be paid through the event JustGiving webpage at: www.justgiving.com/StornowayRotary