2016 Entertainment Line-up Finalised to include Undivided and Holly-Jean!

We’re delighted to have finalised the Entertainment line-up for this year!

Undivided – Zakk Zoot and Chez


The Liquor and Poker Blues Band

Soul Runners

Why not bring a change of clothes, devour some delights from the BBQ and enjoy the post-ride entertainment?

Entertainment and BBQ for 2016… It’s not only about the Ride!

The team is delighted to announce this year’s entertainment line-up will feature the excellent Soul Runners and The Liquor & Poker Blues Band!


1400 > 1600hrs
Local acoustic acts to add a pleasant background to your post-ride conversations.

The Liquor and Poker Blues Band

Soul Runners

Don’t forget that The Golden Pheasant will also have the BBQ underway for when you finish your ride. Proceeds do contribute to the charities, so be sure to bring an appetite!

Online Entry now Open for 2016!


We encourage you to pre-enter for the ride of your choice. It’s a very easy process through the British Cycling site, and here’s why we’re keen on online entry:

  • Maximises the funds raised for Charity by allowing us to have a more accurate projection on rider numbers
  • Pre-registered riders will have a “Fast Track” sign-in on the day; minimal queuing
  • Saves the participant money vs. entering on the day

5 Mile
£8 pre-registration, £10 on the day for single riders
£22.50 pre-registration, £25.00 on the day for a family entry*

25 Mile
£8 pre-registration, £10 on the day for single riders
£22.50 pre-registration, £25.00 on the day for a family entry*

60 Mile
£12 pre-registration, £15 on the day for single riders
No family entry option

For the 60 mile the course includes supplies from the feed station situated at a quarter and three quarters of the way along the route. For the Windmill Café at half-way, please have some change with you.

*Family entry includes two adults and up to two children. Please register the lead-adult online and we’ll record the other family members during sign-in on the day.

Donate through JustGiving! New for 2016…

If you’d like to make a donation in support of the event, you can do so via JustGiving directly to either the Brain Tumour Foundation or the Lincs and Notts Air Ambulance. We thought we’d add this option for those who may not be able to make it on the day, or if anyone wants to simply make a separate donation.

Since TeamGeorge is not a national registered Charity, we can’t setup a JustGiving page for his cause. However, we’ll even up the funds including rider entry fees, cash donations, raffle ticket sales etc. after the event to ensure each cause receives their share!

To make an online donation to the Brain Tumour Foundation for this year’s event:

For the Lincs and Notts Air Ambulance:

Some of the Team “forced” to Pose for 2016’s Press Release Images…

Professional photographer, Rebecca Cole, kindly gave up her time again to help us with some promotional images to help support this year’s press efforts. We thought we best share the good ones with you!

In the photos you’ll see:

Chris Fitzjohn
The Lincs and Notts Air Ambulance were fantastic help to Chris following a severe accident on February 1st this year.

James Manning
James is a Director at Prince Energy; our extremely supportive title sponsor with a great team of “CAN DO” people!

George Sakkalli
Gracious proprietor of the event venue, The Golden Pheasant at Etton. The team highly appreciates George’s support which certainly goes above and beyond!

Gary Reid
Committee Chairman

Matthew Holman
Committee Vice Chairman

Robin Pithey
Committee Member

Gary Mullaney
Committee Member

Not forgetting the following folk who were unfortunately unable to make the photo-evening:

Chris Rowley
Committee Treasurer

Mark Gorman
Committee Member

All-Systems-Go for 2016!

The annual Liam Pridmore Memorial Cycle Ride takes place this year on Saturday the 3rd September at the Golden Pheasant in Etton. The Committee that organise the event have been working hard to make this year’s ride as successful as the last few years. The event is named after Liam Pridmore from Glinton who died from a form of aggressive Brain Tumour in April 2012, aged just 13. Since this point the event has been held in his name and has raised in excess of £25,000 for local and also national charities.

The day consists of three cycle rides to suit all ages and abilities. There is a 60 mile Sportive Ride and a 25 and 5 mile ride for the more leisurely riders and children. Entertainment is available throughout the day from local musicians and bands, along with a BBQ and a very premium raffle taking place in the evening.

As well as The Brain Tumour Charity, this year’s ride is also raising funds for George Robinson from Stamford who suffered serious spinal injuries in July 2015 playing rugby for Stamford School. The team are hoping to donate funds to help towards the purchase of an All-Terrain Wheelchair. Alongside George, the organisers are also raising funds for the Lincs and Notts Air Ambulance in light of the excellent support given to Chris Fitzjohn from Maxey. Chris was involved in a serious accident at the beginning of 2016 and was air-lifted from the scene. More insight to their stories to follow shortly.

Registration for the rides will be open at The Golden Pheasant, Etton from 9.30am until 12 noon and riders can start at their leisure. So get “on yer bike” and get along to support a very worthy local event!