Total Cycle Assist Support Free Kicks

Delighted that Total Cycle Assist have chosen to support us, some of our Posh 2 Brussels riders took out cycle insurance ahead of their epic trip in May.

Outdoor sport plays a major part in childrens’ lives, encouraging social interaction, exercise and fun. Recognising this and aiming to boost participation in and understanding of sports, The Free Kicks Foundation raises money to give deserving children days out at football matches, relying on support from companies and individuals.
Supporting this work, Assist Protect, whose market leading products include Total Cycle Assist, reinforces the standpoint that encouragement of outdoor activity is a prime route to travel for children and adults alike. TCA have offered direct support to FKF with discounted cycling accident cover, and a donation of £6 to the charity for every cyclist that signs up through FKF.

To register for FKF/TCA cycle accident cover use code: FK18. This TCA cover, available to all FKF cyclists, ensures peace of mind on the roads anywhere in Europe and gives them a range of essential benefits including bike repair, replacement, private healthcare, unlimited bike values and unlimited cyclists on each policy.
FKF’s latest fundraiser was their POSH2Brussels cycle ride in May. Following their POSH2Paris ride last year, 20 cyclists peddled 300 miles from London Road Peterborough to Brussels,

The sponsorship opportunity is still available on the Just Giving web site and you can donate to this at: http://www.justgiving.com/posh2brussels All money donated goes to the charity and if you are a tax payer, please fill that part in for the charity to receive a greater sum in Gift Aid, which comes direct from government.

Launched in 2007, Free Kicks was an inspiration during the 2006 World Cup. The idea grew from that day and the charity launched with a fundraising five a side which has now become a regular annual event.
Support for this charity is key to their survival, and Total Cycle Assist have jumped right on board, sharing a common ethos that outdoor activity is an essential developmental tool, helping to promote community, unity, team work and a sense of achievement.

Commenting on this union Richard Williams, MD for Assist protect said, “The Free Kicks Foundation is a marvellous charity, it goes right to the heart of how we should be driving forward with kids and outdoor sports. We’re proud to be a supporter”.

For more information on Total Cycle Assist go to: www.totalcycleassist.co.uk

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