Monday 12 to Sunday 18 October 2020

How far will you go to help fund vital breast cancer research and care?

Taking part in Tour de Law has never been more important. This Breast Cancer Awareness Month, go head-to-head with teams of colleagues across the legal sector to see who can cycle the furthest, raise the most and help fund world-class research and life-changing support services for people affected by breast cancer.

As a team of up to 10, clock up as many kilometers as you can from 6am on Monday 12 October to 6pm on Sunday 18 October to beat the competition and be crowned Tour de Law Champion 2020.

You can go the distance on your own bike or on a static bike in your home or at the gym. Will you rise to the challenge?

We need your support, now more than ever

We need your support, now more than ever, so we can be there for anyone affected by breast cancer during this difficult and uncertain time. So, this year, we suggest as a team of up to 10 you aim to raise £1,500, or £150 per person.

Here are some easy ways for your team to become Tour de Law fundraising champions:

  • Share your JustGiving page with friends and family and ask them to donate
  • Check out our fundraising resources hub for ideas to boost your donations
  • Invite friends and colleagues to guess your distance using our sweepstake sheet
Sign up now

Step One: Sign up

Start your challenge by signing up and creating your personal JustGiving page.

Don’t forget to connect to your team’s page so your fundraising and distance is added to the total!

Step Two: Connect to Strava

Connect your fundraising page to Strava to automatically log your activities. Or, if you’d prefer, you can manually enter your kilometres too.

Step Three: Start fundraising

The money you raise will help to make a huge difference to the lives of people affected by breast cancer. Share your page and ask friends and family to donate, and remember to share updates with the hashtag #YourTourdeLaw.

Step Four: On your bikes

From 6am on Monday 12 October, your team has seven days to cycle as far as possible and beat the competition. Just make sure you follow the latest government social distancing guidance. Remember to log your kilometres after each session and let the race begin!

How will you choose to go the distance?

On your own bike, taking to the great outdoors

On a static bike at home

On a bike at your gym

Funds Raised
Distance
Donations

Meet the competition

Sign up now

Create your fundraising page with JustGiving and Breast Cancer Now

Create a new, or connect to an existing JustGiving account to take part.