In 2019, 13 supporters of The Cure Parkinson’s Trust (CPT) cycled across the Pyrenees, raising over £70,000 for CPT’s pioneering research in to a cure for Parkinsons. Our story was shared by national, regional and local media coverage, both via TV and online.

This year, 46 riders- six of whom have Parkinson’s- have six days to ride 800km from the shores of Lake Geneva to the coastal Mediterranean town of Antibes in the next extreme cycling challenge in the CPT Raid series: the legendary Raid Alpine. This incredible cycle will see the riders take on 19,000 meters of ascent, equating to twice the height of Mount Everest! Multiple stories will be covering the ride, with tales of triumph over adversity in the drive towards a cure.

What is the Jersey of Hope?

The team will be wearing the Jersey of Hope during the challenge- a cycling jersey with a difference. Our aim is to secure a minimum of 51 paid sponsor logos on the jersey to help us on our journey towards a cure.

Why 51 sponsors? With 51 we believe we can set a new record for the most paid-for logos on a shirt and make it one of the biggest charity fundraising jerseys of all time.

Having your logo on our Jersey of Hope would provide your brand the opportunity of being associated with a respected charity and participating in an exciting world record attempt campaign.

Are you part of a corporate organisation looking to support a great cause? Look no further. To find out more about CPT’s Jersey of Hope, please contact Julia.

Alternatively, please call 02074873892