#JustRide: The 4 Abbeys

Saturday, 11 Sep 2021 @ 09:30

This September, IJM invites you to the Scottish Borders to take part in #JustRide: The 4 Abbeys the cycle event for people passionate about justice!

Starting in Melrose*, how many abbeys will you choose to conquer? We have a range of suggested routes available making this a challenge for all no matter your age or ability!Level 1: 2 Abbeys 18km Level 2: 3 Abbeys 62km Level 3: 4 Abbeys 88km Level 4: 7 Abbeys 150km

These scenic routes feature the four main historic abbeys in the Scottish Borders Melrose, Dryburgh, Kelso and Jedburgh largely following quiet roads, with short stretches on A-roads along the way and light refreshment stops at each abbey!

Sign up today and receive a FREE IJM cycle jersey** in the post to ensure you look the part whilst you train and on the day. You will also receive an IJM goody bag filled with treats on the day!

Join the cycling movement ending slavery and violence we’ve set an initial fundraising target of £500 but be ambitious (you’ll be surprised how generous people can be) and we’ll support you along the way.

Why not gather a group and make a day of it? Whether its your family, cycle club, church, or group of friends the more the merrier! Enjoy a fun day out, whilst bringing freedom together!

Following registration, IJM will be in touch to welcome you to the team. But for now, dust off your pedals, join our IJM UK Strava Club and begin setting up your Just Giving fundraising page (read our top tips here!)

Thank you for joining us!

Contact: champions@IJMUK.org

Find out more: IJMUK.org

*Public Transport – you can get to Melrose via the Borders Railway running from Edinburgh to Tweedbank Station, a 2.5km cycle from Melrose.

**IJM has used a fair and ethical supplied to source this jersey. Posted to UK addresses only. Free while stock lasts.

***Should the event be cancelled in light of COVID-19, you will be offered a full refun

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