Cycle for Smart Works 2021

Cycle for Smart Works is Smart Works' annual cycling challenge and this year, it's going to be bigger, better, and more meaningful than ever before.

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Smart Works is a UK charity that dresses and coaches unemployed women for their job interview. They empower each woman by giving her the clothes and confidence she needs to succeed. After visiting Smart Works, 65% get a job within a month, starting a new chapter and transforming their lives.

Cycle for Smart Works is Smart Works’ annual cycling challenge and this year, it’s going to be bigger, better, and more meaningful than ever before. It’s time to go the extra mile, creating a team of five and cycling a total of 500 miles between 1 March and 8 March 2021. You can cycle on any bike you like. Pedal during your lunchbreak whilst working from home, cycle on the weekend in the fresh air, or join a socially distanced gym or class. This is your chance to have some fun, feel connected, and make a real difference.

You can register interest here, and join the Virtual Discovery Session on Wednesday 25th November at 5pm to find out more.

Sign-ups open on 13 January 2021. If you have any questions, email cycle@smartworks.org.uk.

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