Cuba is a timeworn yet magnificent country and boasts stunning white sand beaches through to buzzing colonial towns… an ideal location for this cycling challenge!
This 373km cycle challenge takes us you on an incredible journey incorporating history and culture. Starting in Havana, you will ride along shimmering coastlines, past tobacco and sugar cane fields and through thriving farming communities, where for many aspects of Cuban lifetime has stood still. Vintage Chevrolets, salsa and the occasional cocktail will definitely feature highly as you ride through this beautiful country.
You end your charity challenge in Santa Clara at the Che Guevara Mausoleum – a fitting end to this amazing fundraising event.
- Challenge Duration: 9 days
- Activity Duration: 5 days
- Challenge Distance: 356-373km approx.
- Challenge Grading: Challenging
- Accommodation Type: Hotels
Registration and fundraising options
Registration Fee £299 + Min Sponsorship £4,100 + Airport Tax and Fuel Surcharge Contribution: £250
Registration Fee £299 + Self Funding £2,050 + Airport Tax and Fuel Surcharge Contribution: £250
There are a number of dates available for Cycle Cuba, with the option to fundraise or self fund your adventure. Click the tabs above for a price breakdown.
- 14th – 22nd October 2023
- 12th – 20th October 2024 (Use code 24OFF24 to save 24% on your registration fee)
Our fundraising team will be here to support you through your whole fundraising journey. For more information, please fill in our enquiry form below or email the team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Why support Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation?
- We are the leading lung cancer charity in the UK dedicated to helping everyone affected by lung cancer.
- Lung cancer is a disease that, despite what many may think, can affect anyone.
- It is the UK’s biggest cancer killer, with over 36,000 dying from lung cancer every year. It kills more people than breast, prostate and pancreatic cancer combined, and more women than breast and ovarian cancer combined.
- It is our mission to ensure everyone diagnosed with lung cancer can live well with the disease for as long as possible.