Ride For Life Beyond Sight Loss 2017
Ride For Life Beyond Sight Loss is now in its fourth year.
Date: Saturday 12 August 2017
Location: Fire Training College, Moreton in Marsh to Blind Veterans UK, Ovingdean, Brighton
£15 registration which includes a commemorative ride badge.
The ride will start at 09:00am on Saturday 12 August, taking mainly A roads with the first stop at the Army Flying Museum for a comfort break.
On to a beautiful ride to Fort Widley, Portsmouth for a snack stop.
There will be a stop in Shoreham so that the group can ride together along Brighton seafront to our centre in Ovingdean where you will be welcomed in with a well-earned bite to eat.
There is also an opportunity for you to camp on the grounds of our centre in Ovingdean on Saturday 12 August, breakfast included, at £10 per person.
Terms & Conditions
All entry fees are non-refundable
Riders need to have a full motorcycle licence
All participants should be medically fit to participate
Use of images
By entering the event you give permission for the free use of your name, voice or picture in any broadcast, telecast, advertising, promotion or other accounts of this event.
The event will only be cancelled or postponed due to unforeseen and unavoidable circumstances. In such an eventuality all participants will be notified by email as soon as possible. The organiser’s entire liability in respect of all costs and expenses you may incur as a result of such cancelation or delay will solely be the entry price you have paid to take part in the event.
Blind Veterans UK Ride for Life beyond Sight Loss complies with the Data Protection Act 1998 and you have the right of access to personal records held on Blind Veterans UK’s computer on written request. Your name will be added to Blind Veterans UK’s mailing list so that we can keep you informed about the other events and activities of Blind Veterans UK unless you tell us otherwise.
Change of address/ contact details
If your name or address details change after your initial registration it is essential that you notify us by email immediately.
There will be a route to follow. Riders will be allocated a ride group where there will be a designated Group Leader. At no point during the ride should you leave your group without reporting to the Group Leader.
Clothing and equipment
By law you must wear a safety helmet when riding a motorcycle on the road.
To protect yourself from injury and stay comfortable we would recommend the following should be worn:
- Visor or goggles
- A jacket
- Visibility aids
Blind Veterans UK reserve the right to refuse an entrant attendance at or participation in the Blind Veterans UK Ride for Life Beyond Sight Loss. We strive to organise safe and enjoyable events and hope that you will help us in achieving this. Any participant who is found in breach of these terms and conditions will be excluded from future Blind Veterans UK events. Please do not put someone else at risk.
The organiser is Blind Veterans UK, registered office 12-14 Harcourt Street, London, W1H 4HD. Registered charity in England and Wales (216227) and in Scotland (SCO39411).
I confirm that I have read, understood and accept all the conditions of entry. I confirm that I am taking part in the event entirely at my own risk. Blind Veterans UK will not be responsible for any break down of your vehicle and participants should have suitable breakdown cover. I acknowledge that Blind Veterans UK shall not be liable for death, personal injury, loss or damage arising from my participation in or as a consequence of my participation in the Ride for Life Beyond Sight Loss, however caused, expect with regard to death or personal injury which is caused by Blind Veterans UK’s negligence.