Liverpool Chester Liverpool Bike Ride

Liverpool & Chester


Take on the 31st Liverpool Chester Liverpool Bike Ride and help the NSPCC be here for children.

On Sunday 7th July, cyclists from across the UK will once again have the opportunity to discover stunning landscapes across Liverpool, Wirral, and Chester through 6 different cycling route options. The historic event is a thrilling, non-competitive bike ride experience that caters for all ages and abilities and covers a range of distances from 5 miles for families with children and beginners, to 100 miles for the serious cyclists amongst us.

Please find all routes HERE

The event includes the unique opportunity to cycle through the Mersey Tunnel (Queensway) traffic-free! It is an anticipated highlight in many cycling enthusiasts’ calendars.

NSPCC are delighted to be announced as an official charity partner of the 31st edition of the Liverpool Chester Liverpool Bike Ride 2024!

We have a limited number of free charity places for this event so please register your interest with us today to avoid disappointment. Once registered, our team will be on hand to support your fundraising journey.

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*We ask you commit to raising a minimum of £100 to help support our vital work. Please scroll down for more information.  

A step-by-step guide to secure your free charity place for the NSPCC

Step 1: Secure your place

Pledge to raise a minimum of £100 to help support the vital work of the NSPCC.

Step 2: Sign up today!

To register your interest and sign up please email [email protected] and we’ll send you a code to register for any of the routes for FREE!

Step 3: Start fundraising

Once registered please set up your JustGiving page and attach it to NSPCC North West Region is fundraising for NSPCC ( Let everyone know about your challenge via social media, WhatsApp and telling your loved ones.

How your fundraising helps

All the money raised will be spent on services for children and families at our North West Regional hub in Liverpool.  This includes ChildLine Liverpool and our face-to-face services including In Ctrl, Pregnancy in Mind, Letting the Future In and DART.

  • £4 could pay for one of our trained volunteer counsellors to answer a child's call for help to Childline.
  • £25 could pay for a trained practitioner for one hour, supporting parents and families in caring for their children.
  • £180 could pay for a trained practitioner for one day, helping children get back on track following abuse.

Fundraising ideas

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We're here to help you with your fundraising. Every year people just like you raise hundreds, or even thousands, of pounds. Here's our handy guide to how you might reach your target (and have fun at the same time!)

  • A film night - £100
    Whether it's a retro classic or so bad it's good, get a space, some popcorn and invite people to a cosy film night. Ask them to pay what they would in a cinema.
  • Sweepstake - £100
    Who'll win the grand national? How many sweets are in the jar? Set up a sweepstake and watch the money roll in.
  • Dinner party - £150
    Wine and dine your friends and family by inviting them to your home for a dinner party. Ask them to pay what they would in a restaurant.
  • NSPCC 140 years anniversary challenge - £140
    NSPCC will be celebrating its 140th anniversary this year and we are encouraging cyclists to raise £140 or more. Cyclists who raise £140 or more will be entered into a raffle draw to win an exciting hamper. Please email us to get your ‘The 140 Challenge’ fundraising pack.

Want to know more?

This event is organised by Pennine Events Ltd. For further information please visit their website.

You can also email us on [email protected] with any questions about fundraising.

Tania, community fundraising manager of Merseyside and Cheshire and our team can support you with everything you need to prepare for your challenge, give you fundraising tips and also moral support and motivation!