18 September 2016
1,014 miles, 10 countries, 10 days, £100,000
The 24 VeloVeni riders arrived in Venice on schedule having completed the 1014 mile cycle from London over 10 days, including climbing a total of 15,179m and some of the highest Alpine passes: Stelvio and Gavia. The team also celebrated three birthdays along the way.
Set up by a team from Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, VeloVeni is a charity bike ride from London to Venice, aiming to replicate the huge success of VeloFlo 2014.
The RSHP team members who participated in the cycle were Douglas Paul, Hamish Crockett, Will Clayton, Dawid Panek, Jack Newton, Theo Pagnon, Greg Unsworth, John Dent and in support: Kinga Koren, Veronika Gilwa, Pietro Bodra, Jose Roldan and Povilas Gucevicius.
VeloVeni is raising funds for Cancer Research UK and Alzheimer’s Research UK, chosen as the two leading charities in their field, helping the fight against two of the most debilitating diseases and afflictions affecting people throughout the UK and around the world.
Please give generously to help VeloVeni reach its fundraising target of £100,000