LP24 – Join the DBS Data Charity Cycle Event – 24 Hours to Get from London to Paris

LP24 – Join the DBS Data Charity Cycle Event

24 Hours to Get from London to Paris  

 DBS Data the UK business and consumer marketing data specialists, is inviting other marketing and data professionals to join them for a London to Paris charity cycle challenge. The 24-hour challenge will see the DBS Data team depart from Trafalgar square on Friday 12th May, and then ride he 175 miles through the glorious Sussex and Normandy countryside, before crossing the finish line in the Champs Elysees in Paris on Saturday afternoon.


The DBS Data team will be led by Managing Director, Adam Williams and Gary Brandon, with each cyclist riding to raise money for their own chosen charity.

Williams comments: “Some of the team have been training hard through the winter months, swapping the car for the bike, to commute to the DBS office. However, this challenge is really for people of all ages and abilities. Our only aim is to arrive in Paris having enjoyed the journey and raised a lot of money for some great causes.”

Brandon adds: “For many cyclists, the London to Paris route is one to tick off the ‘bucket list’. For 24-hours the DBS team will be swapping our passion for data to our passion for lycra and we want as many people as possible to join us for the ride.”

If you are interested in taking part to raise money for your charity of choice please contact Gary Brandon on Tel: 01245 397570 or Email: gary.b@dbsdata.co.uk. Places cost £120 to cover the ferry and event support, as well as dinner on arrival in Paris. Spaces are limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. Entries close on 28th March.

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