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.
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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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