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Palace team set for RideLondon 2018

On Sunday 29 July, 20 Palace-supporting cyclists will take on the 2018 Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 to raise money for Palace for Life Foundation, the official charity of Crystal Palace, and help young south Londoners grow through sport.

Palace manager Roy Hodgson with riders Charlotte and Donald

Palace manager Roy Hodgson with riders Charlotte Ferguson, a goalkeeper with Palace Ladies, and Foundation Deputy CEO Donald Forde

So far, the team has raised over £8,000, which will help to support the Foundation’s projects in the local community.

The riders who will be cycling for the Foundation and wearing the red and blue of Palace are:

Mark Newlands
Tom Rathborn
Callum Stevenson
Matthew Wesson
Andrew Johnson
Nicola Cotton
Jack Thomas
Stuart Mackenzie
Noel Clancy
Donald Forde
Roland Bryan
Andy Philips
Charlotte Ferguson
Ajay Hoxha
Toby Wait
Robert Barnes
Viv Inglis
Angie Smith
Robin Ferguson

Palace for Life Foundation CEO Mike Summers said: “We are delighted to have such a large and committed team of riders representing Palace for Life Foundation at RideLondon and wish them all the very best for their final preparations and the ride itself.

“The money they raise will make a huge difference to our work and will help us to support some of the most vulnerable young people in the communities around Selhurst Park. I would urge any Palace fans to look out for them on Sunday and cheer them along!”

A total of 25,000 people will cycle the 100-mile route starting at the Queen Elizabeth II Olympic Park, before going through central London and the Surrey countryside, and finishing in front of Buckingham Palace. View the route map here.

Riders finishing outside Buckingham Palace

If you would like to support Palace for Life Foundation – click here to donate.

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