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lincolnsmariner
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Jon is 20 (?) and I am 18. I am not what you would call fit, but one of the rules of the ride would be to not leave anyone behind. In other words the slowest leads the pack.


ill be leading the pack then lol
Im quitting smoking for this, and im so unfit so its not just how old you are.


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stuff i am old enough to be your dad ..............is no one older thinking of doing this ............wheres Flash when you need him ...he is good for a charity event


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We need suggestions on things needed


You need to look into obtaining Public Liability Insurance. If someone has an incident during the ride (heart attack, falls off, hits someone else etc) then you, as organiser may well be liable if it is found that you did not take adequate measures beforehand to mitigate all health and safety risks to a level that is considered reasonable.

Yes, it's bollox, but it is worth covering your behind beforehand rather than trying to do the same whilst on remand...


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I'm in, and I'm 22. I often cycle from Barton to Cleethorpes but it's not the same...there's hardly any hills the size of what they are out of town
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Ok, thats fine and seems a easy way of donating
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Things needed, feel free to add to.
Bikes fairly obviously
Safety gear, Inc. helmets, hi vis vests..
A tranny van and mini bus
specially printed tee shirts with names and sponsorship on them
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Agree with Macca. Don't fancy missing the match cause I'm in a cell for knocking over some old bid.
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You need to look into obtaining Public Liability Insurance. If someone has an incident during the ride (heart attack, falls off, hits someone else etc) then you, as organiser may well be liable if it is found that you did not take adequate measures beforehand to mitigate all health and safety risks to a level that is considered reasonable.

Yes, it's bollox, but it is worth covering your behind beforehand rather than trying to do the same whilst on remand...


Thats already being sorted.
Cancer research are willing to help provide insurance on this.


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You need to look into obtaining Public Liability Insurance. If someone has an incident during the ride (heart attack, falls off, hits someone else etc) then you, as organiser may well be liable if it is found that you did not take adequate measures beforehand to mitigate all health and safety risks to a level that is considered reasonable.

Yes, it's bollox, but it is worth covering your behind beforehand rather than trying to do the same whilst on remand...


if we all singed a disclaimer would that not clear that up


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Come on, more people we want 15!
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