Ahmadi Muslim cyclists to pedal 600 miles to help fight heart disease

15 May 2014        

BHF Volunteer Cyclists

30 cyclists from the Ahmadi Muslim Association (AMA) will be taking on the challenge of their lives by riding from Glasgow to London on Saturday 31 May.

The event, organised to celebrate the AMA Centenary in the UK, kicks off in Glasgow with an inauguration ceremony and will see the cyclists taking on 100 miles a day, for 7 days in a bid to raise £15k for life-saving research into heart disease.

The cyclists will also be stopping off at our shops along the route from Glasgow to Morden, London, where we will be holding our own fundraising events to support the ride and encourage the team on their challenge.

The Ahmadiyya Movement in Islam is an international religious organisation, with branches in over 200 countries. At present, the total membership is estimated at around 200 million worldwide, and the numbers are increasing day by day.

To find out more, visit their website or check out their Just Giving page to donate.