In 2014 we have renamed the ride the Duchenne Dash and it is on June 6th. 


Here's an idea of what we achieved in 2013 when 30 riders raised £225,000.        

At 3pm on May 31st 2013 thirty cyclists left Channel 4 HQ in London heading to the Eiffel Tower in Paris within 24 hours in aid of the Duchenne Children's Trust.   

The team included Krishnan Guru-Murthy and various friends from Channel 4 News, Channel 4 Chairman Terry Burns and Chief Executive David Abraham, Google's Northern Europe Vice President Matt Brittin and UK MD Dan Cobley, Peter Williams from Jack Wills fashion brand, Ben Elliot from Quintessentially, a team from Duchenne Children's Trust including Nick Crossley the co-founder, Will Pearson and a team from Pearsons Cycles and lots of friends. 

Duchenne Children's Trust was set up by Emily Crossley who used to work for Channel 4 News, and her husband Nick after their son Eli was diagnosed with the disease in 2011. Here's a video about why.