Cycle Surgery launches BBC Children in Need jersey

Cycle Surgery, together with BBC Children in Need, has launched the first-ever BBC Children in Need cycle jersey.

Launching today, 15th August, the one-of-a-kind, unisex cycling jersey will be available from Cycle Surgery both in-store and online. Created by Primal, the jersey features technical details that make it lightweight, breathable and comfortable.

For every cycle jersey purchased, 30% from each sale will help support the work of BBC Children in Need.

“We are incredibly honoured to partner with BBC Children in Need for its first-ever cycling jersey. This fantastic initiative will help make a difference to children across the UK and we really hope our customers will get behind it,” said Andrew Wood, senior marketing manager for Cycle Surgery and Runners Need.

BBC Children in Need’s director of commercial Claire Hoyle added: “We are thrilled Cycle Surgery is supporting BBC Children in Need through the sales of our cycling jerseys. The money raised will really make a difference to the lives of children and young people in communities across the UK.”

The jerseys will retail for £29.99.

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