Leading Female Cyclist In Wellington Charity Ride 2009: 16 February

Leading Female Cyclist In Wellington Charity Ride

16 February 2009 - Wellington's leading female road cyclist, nineteen year old Rachel Mercer, will be riding in The HOSPI Charity Bike Ride on

15th March. "I could not pass up the opportunity to support the kids at Wellington Children's Hospital and ride this exciting route through my home town's suburbs" said Rachel. A view shared by Rachel's team mates. The inaugural HOSPI - Wellington's Hospital to Hospital charity bike ride, from Kenepuru Hospital in Porirua to Wellington Children's Hospital in Newtown via Makara - will be held on Sunday 15th March 2009. THE HOSPI will be held to raise funds for Sick Kids at Wellington Children's Hospital. Six weeks out from the Charity Bike Ride, entries are starting to arrive from would be participants throughout the Wellington Region. The event organisers are keen to hear from individuals not participating on the ride but willing to assist as marshals on the day. The annual event is hosted by HOSPI, the official lion mascot for Wellington Hospitals and Health Foundation and will provide participants with a unique opportunity to ride the roads of Wellington in a fun bike ride that puts safety first.

The entire ride is 50km with options to ride a 25km team section.


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