RNLI mascot Finlay

RNLI fundraising challenge

Support the Bingley Belles raising money for the RNLI in June.

A group of Bingley Belles will be riding up to 200 miles each in June to raise money for the RNLI.

The Belles picked the lifeboat station in Whitby as the focus for this year’s challenge, after cycling the Cinder Track between Whitby and Scarborough in April.

Members taking part each choose how many miles they want to cycle: 25 miles (one cake), 50 miles, (two cake), 100 miles (three cake) or 200 miles (three cake +).

Head to our JustGiving page to donate now.

The RNLI’s teddy bear mascot Finlay will be joining the Belles on their fundraising rides – follow us on social media to see where he goes.

Last June, the Bingley Belles raised £2,761 for the Yorkshire Air Ambulance.

Dog in blue bandana
Frankie the dog is showing her support for the challenge by wearing an RNLI bandana.

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