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Ride with Mark Cavendish !

Ride with Mark Cavendish

Mark Cavendish is offering a once in a lifetime opportunity for two people to join him for a ride in 2015 near his home in the stunning Tuscan mountains of Quarrata, Italy.

Quarrata is the perfect location for training as the roads sweep up and down a range of medium mountains that are lined with olive groves, vineyards and honey-coloured stone villages.

You will ride side-by-side with Mark on one of the beautiful routes he trains on every day near his Italian base. You will also enjoy a private dining experience with Mark at one of his favourite restaurants.

Every moment of the ride will be captured by a photographer from your support car. At the end of the day you will be offered a massage before spending a night in a hotel in Quarrata.

What’s included:

  • Four hour ride with Mark Cavendish;
  • lunch or dinner with Mark Cavendish;
  • signed cycling jersey;
  • two night stay in Quarrata;
  • airport hub transfer;
  • soigneur;
  • massage;
  • support car; and
  • Event photographer.

Further details:

  • The Experience is valid for two guests.
  • The Experience is non-refundable and has no cash value.
  • The Experience will be arranged on a mutually convenient date in 2015.
  • Flights are not included in this Experience.
  • Guests on the Experience will provide their own bicycles and other kit.
  • Right To Play will arrange return transfers from Florence airport to the hotel in Quarrata.
  • The Experience includes two nights’ stay in a double or twin room at a hotel selected by Right To Play.
  • Upgrades or additional rooms may be available but only at the guest’s own costs.
  • The Experience includes one lunch or dinner with Mark Cavendish, but all other meals are not included in the package.

Right To Play transforms the lives of over one million disadvantaged children across Africa, the Middle East and Asia every week through the power of sport and play.

Mark Cavendish has been an Ambassador of Right To Play since 2009 and has been a source of inspiration and support, helping raise vital funds for Right To Play. In 2012 he visited Right To Play projects in Tanzania and said:

“Visiting Right to Play’s projects made me proud to be an Ambassador. The children develop skills they will need in life whilst having a chance to play, something that many young people take for granted, but unfortunately not all children have.”

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