28-mile cycle event along the Kent coast supports The Evie Dove Foundation

A new cycling event, The Big TEDF Bike Ride, is set to take place on 15 June, featuring a 28-mile off-road route along the Kent coast to support The Evie Dove Foundation (TEDF).

The Evie Dove Foundation (TEDF) was established in 2022 by the parents of Evie Dove, a young girl from Folkestone who passed away at the age of 13 after battling cancer. Inspired by the exceptional paediatric care Evie received, her family founded TEDF to raise funds for paediatric education.

The fundraiser cycling event aims to offer an enjoyable and challenging ride through the scenic Kent countryside, incorporating byways, forest trails, gravel paths and country roads.

The diverse route, starting at Barham Village Hall, provides a mix of scenery and riding surfaces, designed to be accessible for cyclists of various skill levels.

Since its inception, TEDF has partnered with a Kent-based branding agency Oak Creative. Oak Creative has designed the foundation’s brand and website and continues to support its fundraising efforts.

Just recently, Oak Creative developed a bespoke donations platform exclusively for TEDF.

For more information and to register for the event, click here.

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