Riders in the Build Moore cycling challenge will pedal 200 miles to raise money for Article 25 and the Bobby Moore Fund

Building has teamed up with the Bobby Moore Fund to organise a three-day bike ride from London to Paris.

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The Build Moore cycling challenge will depart from the O2 Centre in London on Friday September 25th.

Travelling 200 miles through beautiful countryside in Surrey, Sussex and Normandy, the riders will arrive in Paris at the Eiffel Tower on Sunday afternoon.

The event will be waved off by Riba president elect Ruth Reed and among the confirmed riders is current Riba president Sunand Prasad.

As well raising money for the Bobby Moore Fund, which supports cancer research, riders will also be riding for Article 25, the built environment charity which designs and delivers buildings for those in greatest need around the globe.

The three-day cycling adventure from London to Paris is the brainchild of Andrew Williams, managing director, at Franklin Andrews.

Join him, Prusad and other industry figures by registering for the ride at the Build Moore web page.