Stuart Hall Cycling has formed a partnership with Parkinson’s UK.
For every cycling trip booked during 2015 a donation will go to the leading research and support charity.
Parkinson’s affects 127,000 people in the UK – which is around one in 500 of the population.
Stuart Hall, founder of Stuart Hall Cycling, said: “I have seen first hand the fantastic and important work that Parkinson’s UK does. It is a condition that affects so many people and this charity offers them support and carries out crucial research.
“We will be giving a small donation to the charity for everyone who makes a booking with us during 2015. I also want to encourage all Stuart Hall Cycling cyclists to think about giving the charity a donation themselves. It only takes a moment and could really help people who aren’t as fortunate as we are.
“We are able to spend hours in the saddle enjoying cycling in beautiful places such as Mallorca but for people with Parkinson’s it can be a struggle just to walk a few meters. Please do show your support.”
Parkinson’s is a degenerative neurological condition, for which there currently is no cure. The main symptoms of the condition are tremor, slowness of movement and rigidity.
Rachel Backshall, head of business development at Parkinson’s UK said: “This new partnership with Stuart Hall Cycling is a huge privilege for Parkinson’s UK; to be involved with a company with such outstanding levels of participation and commitment.
“Each and every person who makes a donation will be making a lasting change to lives of people affected by Parkinson’s and taking us closer to a cure. This new partnership is setting a benchmark in fundraising excellence and we are excited to see where this opportunity leads.”
To make a donation click here.