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Phoenix Cycling Club sponsors Traction Finance were very proud to join the club and Phoenix Natural Gas recently for the launch of the Phoenix Charity Sportive in aid of the Energy for Children charity.
The event – which will help disadvantaged children across Northern Ireland through Energy for Children – will bring hundreds of riders of all abilities to the Lisburn departure point before they take in breath–taking views of the Mournes and other parts of County Down across 55 or 70 mile routes.
Traction are main sponsors of Phoenix Cycling Club alongside McConvey Cycles and Gerard Maguire Solicitors.
The company helps local people and businesses by providing anything from a single vehicle to an entire fleet in the smartest possible way. They do this by looking at the customer’s bigger picture and applying local expertise, including a specialism in cross–bordering funding, to ALL the customer’s costs in a rapidly changing world.
Traction, who offer leasing, contact hire and fleet management, also sponsor high–flying motocross rider Graeme Irwin and are proud to be part of his achievements.
Paul McGuire, Traction Director, explained: “We support local sport simply because we want to help local sportspeople. Just as we want to help local businesses with how they approach the all–important question staying mobile in the best possible way, we want to support the wider community too through the great work of our sponsorship partners”.
The company will also be taking part in a forthcoming Edwards & Co Solicitors charity rowing event in aid of Bowel Cancer UK with further details to be announced soon. Follow @TractionFinance and https://www.linkedin.com/in/tractionfinance/ for further details.
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· The Phoenix Charity Sportive will depart from Lisburn Racquets Club on Sunday 7th May at 10.00am. Riders have the option of cycling the shorter 55 mile route, taking in Lisburn, Annahilt, Kinallen, Katesbridge, Castlewellan, Annsborough and Ballynahinch. For more experienced riders, the 70 mile route will also extend from Castlewellan to include Newcastle, Dundrum, Clough, Downpatrick, Killyleagh, Saintfield and Temple, with both routes returning to the Rackets Club.
· To enter the Phoenix Cycle Sportive cyclists can register via www.entrycentral.com/event/102507 or sign–up on the day from 9.00am at Lisburn Rackets Club. Entry Fee is £15.00 (pre–register) or £20.00 on the day.