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Le Loop - supporting the William Wates Memorial Trust

Le Loop follows the official route of the Tour de France, one week ahead of the professionals and finishes 21 stages later in Nice (due to the Olympics in Paris).

On Friday 21st June 2024 around 100 riders will gather in Florence for the 'Grand Depart'. I'm aiming to ride all 21 stages: 3,400km and 52,000m of ascent. Every participant commits to raising a minimum amount for the William Wates Memorial Trust (WWMT). The fundraised money is entirely separate from the participation fee - donations do not pay for my Tour

All monies raised go directly to the William Wates Memorial Trust whose mission is to help the most disadvantaged young people keep away from a life of crime and violence and fulfil their potential. This is achieved by giving grants to charities that engage young people through the medium of sports, arts and education.

It's been a tough few years for charities and particularly for young people. This is my chance to give something back and help support young people who aren't lucky enough to enjoy the advantages in life that most of us take for granted.

I would be very grateful for any contribution you feel able to make.


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Jeremy & Polly

What a fantastic challenge for such a good cause - the very best of luck, Jeremy, we are confident you have the strength to do this, enjoy!



What a challenge. Am sure you’ll smash it and hopefully enjoy it too!!



Good luck!


Jon & Sadie

Impressive effort - good luck


Patrick Penny

Good luck!!


Peter Mckee

A great effort for a great cause


Steve Garry

Massive effort, good luck!!!!


Simon Wood

Jeremy terrific challenge for a great cause. Wish I was doing it too!!


Charles Slater

Best of luck Jeremy, and all for a great cause!


Jason & Tori Bacon

Good luck Jeremy. A huge challenge but I'm sure you will smash it.


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Catharine Boardman

We’ll be waiting in the Pyrenees! Good luck!


Julie And Chris

Good luck and enjoy, Jeremy!


Joanne Gartell

What a fantastic cause. Good luck