Walking With The Wounded postpones Armed Forces Day Battlefield Cycle event to 2023
Walking With The Wounded’s Battlefield Cycle which was set to see teams of riders’ cycle approximately 80 miles per day across 5 days, from Amsterdam to Paris, accompanied by a military historian, has been postponed until Summer 2023.
The event has been postponed until next year to maximise WWTW’s Battlefield Cycle’s success and allow more time for riders to sign-up to the challenge.
James Davis, WWTW Events Manager, said, “This is an exciting new event for WWTW and whilst we are disappointed that we have had to postpone this until next year, we are certain that it will be an incredible challenge for keen cyclists and WWTW supporters to look forward to in 2023.”
WWTW’s 2023 Battlefield Cycle will be led by White Rock Events, who have combined over 50 years of experience in organising charity cycle rides and cycle tours. Those who sign up for the event are required to raise a minimum of £2,000.
Whilst this event has been pushed back, there are still plenty of challenges for our supporters to get involved in this year, including our Cumbrian Challenge in May and our Longest Day Challenge, created in collaboration with Brian Wood MC, which takes place in June.