Pedal 4 Patients ‘Tour de Kernow’

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Riding for outstanding care in Cornwall

Join us on an extraordinary journey through the breath-taking landscapes of Cornwall in Pedal 4 Patients Tour de Kernow, a 3-day charity cycling challenge that combines scenic beauty with a noble cause. Cyclists from all walks of life will pedal through the coastal wonders and picturesque countryside to support the One and All Fund of Royal Cornwall Hospitals Charity.

Collage of cyclists from past cycle challenge events

Day 1: Truro – St Ives – Penzance

The tour kicks off from Royal Cornwall Hospital in Truro, passing through St Michael’s Hospital in Hayle then along stunning coastline from St Ives around to the iconic cliffs of Land’s End, before reaching the day one destination of West Cornwall Hospital in Penzance – every pedal stroke makes a difference to people in Cornwall.

Day 2: Penzance – Falmouth – St Austell

As the route winds through Cornwall’s enchanting countryside, participants will discover hidden gems and quaint villages. Amidst rolling hills and taking in breathtaking scenery, each turn of the pedal helps raise vital funds for medical advancements and patient care through the One and All Fund.

Day 3: St Austell – Padstow -Truro

The final stretch leads the riders on a loop popping in to Padstow and then on to Truro, where a triumphant finish awaits. A sense of accomplishment and camaraderie will fill the air as participants celebrate completing the Pedal 4 Patients Tour de Kernow. The funds raised will go directly to the Royal Cornwall Hospitals Charity, making a tangible impact on healthcare services and patient well-being.

Why join Pedal 4 Patients – Tour de Kernow?

By joining this cycling challenge, you’re not just exploring the beauty of Cornwall; you’re contributing to a cause that transcends the finish line. The One and All Fund supports innovative healthcare projects, ensures advanced equipment, and provides extra comforts for patients during their hospital stay.

How to join

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