Conditions of entry

for Manchester to London 

Ambitious about Autism (the “Charity”)   

Conditions of entry to Manchester to London ride 2024 (the “Event”)   

  1. You enter the Event entirely at your own risk and the Charity shall not be liable for any injury or loss which you may suffer or incur as a result of your participation in the Event unless such injury or loss is incurred as a result of the Charity’s negligence.   
  2. The Charity takes all reasonable steps to minimise the risk of injury to participants during fundraising events. There is a stringent risk assessment process in place for every event. However, by taking part in this Event, you acknowledge that there may be conditions or circumstances which are beyond the Charity’s control, and which can lead to unforeseen risks. If you have any concerns or queries, please contact the Charity before agreeing to take part in this Event.   
  3. You must abide by the rules, instructions and regulations provided by the Charity’s staff and contracted agencies, Event officials and police from time to time.   
  4. If you are unsure of your physical ability to take part, you should seek medical advice from a general practitioner prior to the Event. It is your responsibility to ensure that you are medically fit to participate, and it is extremely important that you are realistic and truthful about your capabilities and level of experience. By agreeing to enter the Event you represent that you are medically fit and well to take part.  
  5. You acknowledge that any medical or personal information you give to the Charity may be used to treat or assist you in the event of any illness or injury that you sustain during the Event. Any data or information given under this clause will only be used in accordance with the provisions of data protection legislation currently in force.  
  6. If you withdraw from the event for any reason, you must notify us at at your earliest convenience. We can defer your place to following year or transfer to another participant as the Charity does not offer refunds. If you choose to defer your place, any donations that you have rasied will not transfer to the next year. 
  7. You must pass exclusively to the Charity all monies raised in connection with the Event, within one month of the Event date. You can:  
    1. Pay online using a fundraising website
    2. Send a cheque made payable to “Ambitious about Autism” to The Events Team, The Pears National Centre for Autism Education, London, N10 3JA.  
  8. The Charity is unable to accept your sponsorship money on the day of the Event.  
  9. You must be a minimum of 18 years of age on event day to participate in this Event. 
  10. Spectators, including your supporters and family members, watch the Event entirely at their own risk and the Charity shall not be liable for any injury or loss which a spectator might suffer or incur, unless such injury or loss is caused by the Charity’s negligence.  
  11. All transfers to and from the venue are at your own expense. You will be given specific guidance about whether food and drink are provided at the Event.  
  12. You will be given a tracker at Rapha Manchester during registration. 

    You will be asked to pay a deposit of £50. This will automatically be re-credited to your card when you return the tracker at the end of the ride. Failure to return the tracker will mean a loss of the £50 deposit.

  13. The Charity is a member of the Fundraising Standards Board and is committed to best fundraising practice. For more information on the Fundraising Promise and Fundraising Codes of Practice please see for the Ambitious about Autism Fundraising Complaints Policy please visit  
  14. In fundraising for the Charity you agree:  
    1. To submit at the end of your fundraising all sponsor forms if used; 
    2. Not to reproduce the Charity’s logo without permission; 
    3. Not to collect in a private place without first obtaining the permission of the owner;  
    4. Not to collect in a public place without first obtaining the appropriate collector’s licence from the local authority;  
    5. Not to raise funds by carrying out house-to-house collections;  
    6. Not to do anything to bring the Charity’s name into disrepute;  
    7. To keep the Charity informed of any changes to your contact details.   
  15. By taking part in this event you acknowledge that the Charity will communicate with you via email for the purposes of updating you on event information and fundraising for the event, as well as the option to join information webinars and in-person training rides. Please note photography and social media will also be used
  16. You agree to be bound by these Conditions which are subject to English law and the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of England.