// Take Action

How about taking on a cycling challenge to raise support for your persecuted family?

Cycle solo, or as part of a team. Join our supporters who have got on their bikes to help their persecuted brothers and sisters across the world.

If you are considering taking on a cycling challenge or have a particular event in mind, please get in touch with us. We would love to talk to you and support your efforts.

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2017 Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 Sunday 30 July

Huge congratulations go to Open Doors supporters Hannah Bailey and Jody Wainwright who completed their Ride London event, cycling a whopping 100 miles through the capital and into Surrey's stunning countryside. They followed a route made famous by the world's best cyclists at the London 2012 Olympics and did it in fantastic times too!

Hannah Bailey


London to Brighton

The Do it for Charity London to Brighton Cycle Rideopens in new tab is a mass-participation cycle ride covering the 54 miles from Clapham Common in London to Madeira Drive on Brighton sea front. In September Rosy McCaffrey joined over 4000 riders and completed her event in an impressive 4 hours 24 minutes.  Despite living and training in a very flat part of the UK, she coped with the hills admirably - all with the aim of raising support and awareness for the persecuted church.

Rosy McCaffrey

'As a committed Christian myself, I am highly motivated to raising whatever I can to support Open Doors - a charity focussed on helping the church to prosper in the hardest and most persecuted regions of the world. Riding the London 100 is a joy for the sake of our brothers and sisters around the world.'
- Jody