Win a space on Gallagher’s The Road to Twickenham charity cycle challenge

Former Warriors scrum-half Jonny Arr will be among a group of ex-professional rugby players who will cycle the Gallagher Premiership Rugby trophy over a 750 mile route from Newcastle Falcons’ Kingston Park ground to Twickenham Stadium in time for this season’s Gallagher Premiership Rugby Final.

Arr, who made 218 appearances for Warriors between 2007 and 2019, will be among the core group of riders taking part in Gallagher’s The Road to Twickenham between June 11 and 18.

At The Final, the core group will cycle the trophy into the stadium ready for the champions to take home with them that day. This group will be raising money for rugby charity Wooden Spoon and all fund-raising on match day will contribute to our cause supported by a text to donate campaign in the stadium and other efforts on the concourse and hospitality areas.

The Core Riders are:

  • Nathan Hines – Gallagher
  • Jack Clifford – Harlequins
  • Lee Mears – Bath
  • Ollie Philips – Newcastle
  • Ali Hargreaves – Saracens
  • Tom May – Northampton Saints
  • Charlie Sharples – Gloucester
  • Jonny Arr – Worcester Warriors
  • Dave Attwood – Bristol
  • Tom Stephenson – London Irish

More names will be announced in the coming weeks.

As they move down the country, the core riders will stop at each Premiership Rugby Club to meet a group of day riders, who will join them on the next leg of their journey. The riders will visit Sixways on June 14.

At the end of each day ride, there will be refreshments and a Q&A session with the core riders. Transport to the start and from the finish of each leg of the ride will be provided. Our day riders will be raising money for the Premiership Rugby club foundations via Wooden Spoon .

We are offering two spaces on each leg of our cycle, a great opportunity to spend the day cycling with legends of the game.

To enter and be in with a chance to win this fantastic prize, all you need to do is answer the question below by 23:59 BST on Tuesday April 26.

Competition question: Gallagher is a trusted insurance broker and one of the world’s largest, but what year were they established?

Multiple choice answers:
a) 1800
b) 1927
c) 1995

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7. Which leg of the cycle would you like to take part in?

Day 1 – 11 June – Newcastle to Darlington
Day 2 – 12 June – Skipton to Sale
Day 3 – 13 June – Uttoxeter to Leicester
Day 3 – 13 June – Leicester to Coventry
Day 3 – 13 June – Coventry to Northampton
Day 4 – 14 June – Northampton to Worcester
Day 4 – 14 June – Worcester to Gloucester
Day 5 – 15 June – Gloucester to Bristol
Day 6 – 16 June – Exeter to Millfield
Day 6 – 16 June – Millfield to Bath
Day 7 – 17 June – Newbury to The Twickenham Stoop

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The competition ends at 23:59 BST on Tuesday April 26.

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Further information about Gallagher’s Road to Twickenham can be found here