We’re proud to be supporting Sport for Freedom in their bid to raise awareness and combat human trafficking in the UK.


We’re training a team of 14 cyclists, lead by Julia Immonen from Sky Sports News. They will be setting off from Liverpool on Tuesday 14th October, and cycling for four days through Birmingham, Bristol and Oxford before reaching London on Anti Slavery Day, Saturday 18th October.

The ride – Cycle for Freedom – aims to raise fund for educational and sporting projects to protect vulnerable teenagers in the UK from human trafficking and help rehabilitate victims.

The finale in London is your chance to join in Cycle for Freedom in aid of Sport for Freedom. The route covers the 120km Olympic route starting in Westminster, whizzing through the streets of London into the picturesque Surrey Hills, where you’ll conquer the infamous Box Hill, before winding your way back to the capital.
The Altitude Centre staff will be joining the Cycle for Freedom ride, and we’d love you to join us. Email us [email protected] or sign up here.