Yellow jersey peloton to take on Bowral Classic; UnLtd calls on industry to cycle for Team UnLtd

click.jpgUnLtd has issued a call for interest from avid cyclists in the media and marketing industry to join Team UnLtd  in yellow jerseys for the one day Gran Fondo cycling event, the Bowral Classic, on 22 October 2017.

Anyone who's ever dreamt of the glory of cycling their way to a yellow jersey should get in touch with UnLtd today to book one of the limited spaces.

To book your place, please email nina@unltd.org.au to receive more details and the discount code for free entry.
Team members will receive free entry to the event (valued up to $240), a special edition yellow jersey to wear on the day, exclusive pre-event training dates with fellow adland cyclists, special events at the Event Village - and an opportunity to give back whilst pedaling forward.   All riders for Team UnLtd will commit to fundraising a minimum of $1,000, with funds to be distributed to UnLtd's carefully selected charity partners working hard to undo youth disadvantage in Australia. All bookings made by the 14th of May will receive a free Bowral Classic cycling jersey in addition to the UnLtd yellow jersey.
 
UnLtd is putting its money where its bike pedals are with CEO Paul Fisher and head of marketing and partnerships Nina Nyman signing up to take on the Bowral course.  Already confirmed to join them are industry cyclists Paul Brooks (Carat), Paul Anderson (Network Ten), Ben Sharp (AdRoll), Brian Gallagher (SCA) and Kerry McCabe (RadiumOne and UnLtd's founder and chairman).
 
The event will see over 3,000 riders race around the stunning scenery and rolling hills of Southern Highlands in one of three classic rides to accommodate for all fitness and skills levels - the Social Classic 45km, the Challenge Classic 120km and the ultimate Maxi Classic 160km.
 
Date: Sunday 22 October 2017
Location: Bowral, Southern Highlands

More information on the Yellow Jersey Challenge, please click here.

To find out more about the Bowral Classic, please click here.

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