We are delighted to announce that, once again, we shall be organising our popular annual Bike-4-TUF ride. The ride will be around 250 miles in length, will take place from Friday 10 to Sunday 12 June 2022 inclusive, and will finish in Birmingham to coincide with the start of the BAUS Annual meeting. The route is yet to be confirmed.
TUF requires a registration fee of £100 to cover the cost of support vehicles, water, energy snacks etc during the day, together with any accommodation deposits that are needed in advance. In the unlikely event that the ride has to be postponed (or cancelled), this registration fee will be fully refundable.
In addition, we are asking all particants to pledge to raise a minimum of £500 (or £165 per day if you are not riding for the full 3 days) in sponsorship for TUF.
All money raised will go towards supporting vital urology research and training.
The Bike-4-TUF challenge is being organised once again by Ben Eddy, Consultant Urological Surgeon in Canterbury. If you have any questions about the ride, please contact Ben by email. If you need further information about the event, please email Serena Wyman, the TUF Events Manager.
We look forward to welcoming back regular riders - some of whom have taken part in every event since 2012 - and, of course, we hope to see new riders too.
Click here to book your place on the Bike-4-TUF ride
Participants at RCS London starting out on a previous Bike-2-BAUS charity ride
|PLEASE NOTE: participants will be responsible for their own food, drink and accommodation costs
BSoT Fun Run for TUF
On Tuesday 14 June 2022, BSoT has planned a 5 km Fun Run, starting and finishing at the ICC Birmingham. Click here to get involved. Full details below:
The Urology Foundation (TUF) is a unique national UK urological charity, committed to transforming the lives of people with urological diseases, such as cancer, by investing in ground-breaking research, training and education. They are dedicated to beating all urological conditions and diseases, to ensure that fewer lives will be devastated. The Urology Foundation fund pioneering research and unique training opportunities for urologists, their trainees and their nurses. All money raised will go direct to the Foundation.