Richard Bates, later life solicitor at Cognitive Law has once again agreed to take on another epic cycling challenge to raise money for The Starr Trust.

The Challenge: Cycle from Bristol to Brighton, via the Isle of Wight!

The bike ride takes place between 8th-11th June and is set to be an action packed 3 days.

Day one will see Richard and the other enthusiastic cyclists riding from Bristol to Ringwood. Hopefully the sun will be as bright as the riders enthusiasm and they will hit the ground running on this first day.

Day two the team will be setting off from Ringwood to Portsmouth, via the Isle of Wight. From Ringwood the riders will head to Lymington, get a ferry across to Yarmouth and ride around the stunning scenery of Isle of Wight then back to Portsmouth for the night before setting off on the last leg.

Day three, the third and final day Richard will be doing the home straight back to sunny Brighton and the whole team of cyclist will be greeted by a huge Starr Trust welcome home.

The Starr Trust is one of Cognitive Law’s official charity partners, and one that Richard is a Trustee off. The charity based in Sussex have a mission to remove roadblocks for young people. The charity is there to help young people succeed and thrive in whatever they put their minds to. They do this by supporting individuals and groups with financial grants, sharing connections and encouraging success.

There are still places available to join the once in a life time bike ride, so if you’d also like to take on the challenge visit the charity’s event page here.

A fundraising page has been set up to help Richard raise much needed funds for The Starr Trust and all donations will be hugely appreciated. Please find a link to the fundraising page below.

Everyone at Cognitive Law is wishing Richard and the rest of the team lots of luck in this challenge and we look forward to hearing all about it, once they’ve recovered!