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Cogs4cancer.org

A new chapter begins for 2019, and we are pleased to announce our new challenge - 8 Countries in 8 days!

Can it be done? We say YES!

€1,000,000 has already been raised in the last 4 years, and we look forward to offering old sponsors and new, an exciting event with high-profile exposure.

What do we do?

WE RIDE BIKES FOR CHARITY.

IN OCTOBER 2017, THE COGS4CANCER TEAM SUCCEEDED IN BREAKING THE €1,000,000 RAISED FOR CHARITY MARK.
THIS WAS ONLY made POSSIBLE BY THE GENEROSITY SHOWN BY THE COMPANIES AND INDIVIDUALS THAT DONATED THEIR TIME AND MONEY.

THANK YOU ONCE AGAIN TO EVERYONE! 

THIS YEAR IS WILL BE EVEN BIGGER, WITH A NEW RIDE AIMING TO SURPASS ALL THAT HAS GONE BEFORE! 
ONWARD AND UPWARD ... WATCH THIS SPACE!

In 2018 Cogs4Cancer.org were awarded the Flame Of Hope by Cancer research UK as one of their 'FundRaisers of The Year'

 

How do we do it?

With dedication, focus & love!

100% FOR CHARITY

Every single penny donated goes straight to the charities we support, in the fight against cancer

Self funded

All our riders and all our support staff are completely self funded. Their time, effort and expenses are donated.

Dynamic

Our goal is to raise as much money as possible using our combined resources.

Why do we do it?

The De Keizer family
eloquently explains why we all do it.

Our Team

We are Yachting industry professionals deciated to raising as much money as possible for cancer charities in the UK and France.

do something
Amazing

CRUK receives no government funding for their research.
The life-saving work they perform relies on the money you give.

The charity we support

Your gift makes a difference

CRUK receives no government funding for their research.
The life-saving work they perform relies on the money you give.

Sponsorship Opportunities

THERE ARE NUMEROUS OPPORTUNITES FOR YOUR COMPANY OR ORGANISATION TO GET INVOLVED. IN RETURN WE ARE ABLE TO OFFER HIGH QUALITY BRANDING AND EXPOSURE IN A NUMBER OF KEY AREAS.

Rider sponsors

 

event exposure

  • Logo on your chosen rider's shirt
  • Logo and write up within C4C website & Social media.
  • Photography of your logo captured throughout the ride.

Stage Sponsors

 

event exposure

  • Logo on your chosen rider's shirt
  • Logo and write up within C4C website & Social media.
  • Photography of your logo captured throughout the ride.

Corporate sponsors

 

event exposure

  • Logo on your chosen rider's shirt
  • Logo and write up within C4C website & Social media.
  • Photography of your logo captured throughout the ride.

Product Partners

 

event exposure

  • Logo on your chosen rider's shirt
  • Logo and write up within C4C website & Social media.
  • Photography of your logo captured throughout the ride.

The Live feed

 

event exposure

  • Logo and write up within C4C website & Social media.
  • Photography of your logo captured throughout the ride.
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Drink Bottles

 

event exposure

  • Logo on all rider's drink bottles
  • Logo and write up within C4C website & Social media.
  • Photography of your logo captured throughout the ride.

Our friends in high places

Rihanna's on board!

SIR JACKIE STEWART SAYS YES!

NOVAK DJOKOVIC SAYS YES! Thank you for showing your support.

A big thank you to Jenson Button for showing his support.

Thank you Michael Owen. Your support is appreciated!

International Rugby Legend, Sean Fitzpatrick supports Cogs4Cancer. Thank you Sean!

Dietmar Hamann, ex German international footballer. Champions League winner with Liverpool and last person to score at Wembley.

Model Lilly Aldridge of Victoria's Secrets fame shows her support for Cogs4Cancer

Renowned chef Ferran Adria shows his support for C4C

Veronica Andreasson ex Swedish professional road cyclist and Sarah Williams of F1 and Endurance racing show their support for C4C

Peter Andre - already a massive supporter of Cancer Research UK, takes time out from Strictly Come Dancing to show his support for C4C!

Cogs4Cancer - Flying High!

Packing a punch!

HSH Prince Albert II shows his support for C4C

Mr. Abramovich

NICO ROSBERG SAYS 'LET'S BEAT CANCER'