Posted on Monday 11 June 2012 by Ulster Business
Alasdair Kilpatrick, Deloitte ; Aubrey Bingham, Disability Sport NI and Gary Ball, Pure Gym Belfast
Office workers and city centre shoppers are being urged to ‘wheelie’ make a difference by signing up for the Deloitte Disability Sport NI Spinathon on Friday 22nd June at Belfast City Hall. The local business is challenging the people of Belfast to compete in teams of four, cycling for 15 minutes each, to cover the furthest distance on stationary bikes in a bid to win a host of special prizes including restaurant and shopping vouchers, and claim the title of Belfast’s Speediest Spinners.
Individual racers can also take on a solo time challenge competing against familiar faces including Jim Eastwood from BBC’s The Apprentice for spot prizes including a City Bike donated by Chain Reaction. The event, supported by Pure Gym and Chain Reaction Cycles, will run from 9am – 5.30pm under the Big Screen at Belfast City Hall raising vital funds for Deloitte’s charity of the year Disability Sport Northern Ireland. It also kick-starts a wider drive for the charity which will see Deloitte’s Alasdair Kilpatrick take on the mammoth 874 mile Land's End to John O'Groats journey as part of the Deloitte Ride Across Britain Challenge.
For information on how to get involved please contact Kerrie Irvine at Deloitte on 02890 531472 or email email@example.com .