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The annual RS 50 & 15 is not a competitive event, as such, although regular participants can be very serious about the occasion- even if it simply means competing against their own course time and claiming a new PB (Personal Best)!  For families it can be a fun-filled day out and, of course, there are always the renowned refreshment stops… something really worth pumping up the tyres for!

Putting up signs

Erecting route signs to make the journey clear

RS50 food

RS 50 Food stop

And then there’s the challenge factor. For the very first time, this year a group of 8 visually impaired cyclists took part on tandems.  They all successfully completed the challenge and enjoyed the whole experience! For everyone, whatever their motive for taking part, there has to be a huge sense of achievement and a very real gain in terms of well-being.

Tandem riders 

tandem participants

RS 50 tandem riders 

And for every mile pedalled there is also a gain for HHI.  For every individual or group supported by HHI there is hope for the future.  With the support from the RS 50&15 every year, HHI is able to meet some of the needs of the vulnerable, sick and disabled people in India and Zambia.

On behalf of those who will receive the ‘real rewards’ of this wonderful event, we say a huge THANK YOU!

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