There are lots of ways that you can get involved to support my ride across America. From fundraising to putting me up for a night – everyone who helps up is playing a key role in supporting my aim to raise £20,000 for charity and raise awareness of Mental Health. If you’re interested scroll to the bottom and send me a message!
- I’m looking to arrange a series of fundraising events – if you would be interested in joining me and a group of friends packing supermarket bags or holding a charity bucket please message me and I’ll contact you with any upcoming plans.
- Could you fundraise for me? Maybe you could organise a bake sale, organise a wear pajamas to work day, do a sponsored event, dye your hair orange… You don’t have to cycle across America to be a part of it!
- Share share share my donation link – http://www.justgiving.com/antonyjcbutcher
There’s no way I can organise all of the logistics for this ride by myself – and even less way I can keep things organised whilst cycling 60-70 miles a day. I’m looking for a few volunteers to work alongside me and make this ride happen. If you’ve got interest in any of the below let me know!
- Social Media
- Community groups liaison
- Accommodation liaison
The most valuable thing you can do to help is introduce me to people who might be interested in the ride – particularly contacts in America. Up to date information about the route can be found right here – if you know anyone nearby please do put me in touch. You may also know other people who can help…
This isn’t going to be cheap – and to make it happen I’m going to spend three months out of work and not getting paid. So if you know anyone who might be able to help make this ambitious plan come to life I would love to hear from you. Major costs are going to include:
- Travel across the UK
- Accommodation in the US
- Bike accessories
- Bike clothing
- Bike servicing in the US
After my depressive episode in 2017 I was really unfit. Thanks to running the London marathon I’m so much fitter, but there is still a lot of work to do before I spend three months on a bicycle. I’d love to link up with any anyone who could help me get ready for the ride: physiotherapists, nutritionists, sports scientists, or anyone who does sports massage.