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So, what is Doc’Riders? Well, we are JEAP...initals of our first name (Jean-Marc, Erik, Andre, Philippe).. We participated 2 times to Doc's Riders already - 100 km . it’s an adventure for ordinary people, people like you and me, who have decided to take on an extraordinary sporting challenge: we don't yet know if we will go for a 100 km or 200 km ride  in less than 24 hours. Anyhow we want to be there, enjoy the fantastic landscape and feel pushed by our supporters.

And what is the aim? To support the action of Doctors of the World – Médecins du Monde in Belgium and in the rest of the world. Doc’Riders is not just a sporting challenge, it’s also a solidarity challenge. We have committed to raise at least €1,500 in donations before the start. Doctors of the World is an NGO that does an incredible job and we’re proud to support it! You can see at the bottom of the page what Doctors of the World can do with €1,500 of donations.

So now you’ve got it, we need you to raise these donations. We’re counting on you! Support our team by making your donation to Doctors of the World right now, directly on this page (click on the big orange button next to the photo!). Your donation will go straight to Doctors of the World via a 100% secure transaction.

And as Doctors of the World is an approved organisation, you will benefit from tax relief equivalent to 45% of your donation! So a donation of €100 will only actually cost you €55.

Thanks in advance for your generosity!

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  • 05/23/2022

    Jean-Marc Chamberland

    Team creator

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