We would like to invite you and your cycling club members to take part in ZSEA’s 2018 ‘Ride for Wildlife’ taking place on Saturday 7th July at Banham Zoo (8:30am start) and attach a copy of our poster for you to share/display within your club.
We have 3 routes to choose from, so whether you’re an experienced or casual cyclist, there is something for everyone. All three routes loops back to the finish line at Banham Zoo, with the longest route including a checkpoint at Africa Alive!
- 25km (15.5 miles)
- 100km (62 miles)
- 130km (81 miles)
Around the world wildlife is fighting for survival, facing threats such as climate change, habitat loss, illegal wildlife trade and conflict with humans. We are losing incredible animals such as pangolins and rhinos, which are hunted and traded in their millions. Zoological Society of East Anglia’s “Ride for Wildlife” event is raising funds for tiger conservation in the wild.
Whilst you’re participating in the Ride for Wildlife your family, friends and supporters can enjoy a day out at Banham Zoo, and once you have completed your route and crossed the finish line you will have the opportunity to join them.
For more details about the event and how to enter please visit our website:- http://www.banhamzoo.co.uk/visit-the-zoo/events/ride-for-wildlife/
We hope to see you there!