Break the Cycle of Homelessness with Social Bite
Sunday 4 September, 2022
Back for 2022! Challenging you to Break the Cycle of homelessness.
This year’s event is even bigger and better with two additional routes, some familiar faces (including Sir Chris Hoy returning for a second year), and a new finishing site at none other than the BT Murrayfield Stadium in Edinburgh.
Whether it’s setting your personal best for the ultimate challenge of 60 miles, enjoying the scenic challenge of 20 miles or getting the whole family involved in the Wee One at 3 miles – every bit of fundraising will make an incredible difference to help break the cycle of homelessness.
Plus this year introducing two Team Captains – “Team Hoy” with Olympic Champion Sir Chris Hoy, and “Team Tom Smith” headed up by Rugby Union legend Al Kellock in memory of the late Tom Smith who tragically passed away in April 2022.
The Team Captains will be spurring you on every step of the way and encouraging as many of you to raise what you can whilst enjoying the full experience.
Whatever your route, whatever your pace, whatever your “Team”, you’ll be welcomed across that finish line!
If you can’t take part on the day you can still join in with your own virtual challenge.
DONATE to help break the cycle of homelessness
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