Peak Ascent Cycles to host ‘bike ride’ up Mt. Everest for Charity

8 Cycle Everest

Peak Ascent Cycles will be hosting a charity event this weekend – 8 Cycle Everest.

On Saturday 10th November, 9.30am to 4pm, eight members of Buxton Cycling Club are going to cycle the height of Mt. Everest – a massive 8,848m! (29,029ft). Using static bikes linked to the internet the cyclists will virtually ride the legendary Tour de France climb of Alpe D’Huez a total of 8 times.

8 Cycle Everest

They’re not just doing this for fun but raising money for two very valuable local charities – Blythe House and Derbyshire Leicester & Rutland Air Ambulance.

There will be coffee and cakes available and the opportunity to ride alongside the team on the brand new¬†Raleigh Strada E-Bike to help the team achieve their goal. We know there’s plenty of keen cyclists in the area and they need all the help they can get… ūüôā

You can also support this event by donating via their Just Giving page at

8 Cycle Everest

Peak Ascent Cycles, 6 High Street, Buxton, SK17 6EU

T: 01298. 299011 / 07434 937 728

E:¬†[email protected]




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