Cyclists everywhere will recognise elements of themselves, their friends, and most of the people they’ve ever ridden with, in a forthcoming film aiming to raise money for charity.
The film — Ripcor The Movie — follows a biking group who are “lovers of beer, cake and cycling” , on a training camp in the Alps earlier this summer. You can watch the trailer below.
The group was formed in 2006 by Treve Ripley and Sean Cornell. Since their formation, they have cycled over 27,000 miles and raised £500,000 for the PACE Centre, a school in Aylesbury for children affected by cerebral palsy.
Their latest charity ride, a five-day, 400-mile trip from Lisbon to the Douro Valley in Portugal last month saw the group raise over £60,000 for PACE.
Ripcor will premiere at the Prince Charles Cinema in Leicester Square, London, on Saturday 1 November. Tickets cost £15 and £5 for kids with all profits going to PACE.
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