Sponsorship packages now available for major cycling events

30th January 2015

In 2003, former England footballer, Geoff Thomas was diagnosed with chronic myeloid leukaemia and was given less than three months to live. Following treatment from Cure Leukaemia Co-founder and Director of the Blood and Marrow Transplant Unit at the QEHB, Professor Charlie Craddock, Geoff has been in remission since January 2005.

Since then, Geoff has worked tirelessly to raise money for treatment, research and awareness for blood cancer and the Patron of Cure Leukaemia is taking a hands-on role within the charity, setting himself the target to raise £1 million in 2015, through two major cycling events.

To help reach the record target of £1million, Geoff and Cure Leukaemia will rely on both the fundraising of those participating but also the support of major companies to sponsor each event.

Below we outline the available opportunites in both 'London 2 Paris: Inspiring the Revolution', where a closed group of 300 cyclists will join Geoff Thomas and the likes of Ian Wright, Mark Bright, Jill Douglas, Aidy Boothroyd and George Lineker starting from Greenwich in London before finishing along the Champs-Elysees in just 4 days, as well as 'Le Tour - One Day Ahead' where a closed group of just 20 riders will ride the famous Tour de France route just one day ahead of the professional riders this July...a truly once in a lifetime experience.

Each event includes exclusive benefits such as featuring on kit branding, car branding, TV Documentaries, outdoor media branding, website links as well as places on the ride itself!

Click each image below to view the sponsorship packages


London 2 Paris: Inspiring the Revolution Sponsorship Packages >








Le Tour - One Day Ahead Sponsorship Document >





If you would like to find out more, please email info@cureleukaemia.co.uk or call 0121 236 9202

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