Karimia Institute challenges you to cycle with us on this epic journey. You have the opportunity to cycle 140 miles to help raise funds to print and distribute 1 million copies worldwide of this plain English Quran Translation. A Quran translation like you have never seen before. This will benefit the current and future generations.
Download the forms to register your interest, complete the forms and return via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Coast to Coast or Sea to Sea Cycle route is a 140 miles (230 km) cycle route opened in 1994. It runs from Whitehaven or Workington on the west coast of Cumbria, and then crosses the Lake District and the Pennines in the north of England by using a variety of both on and off-road trails, ending on the north-east coast at Sunderland, Tyne and Wear. Claimed to be Great Britain’s most popular long-distance cycle route, it is designed for the whole range of cyclists, from families to cycling club riders. Although a challenge with some hard climbs the highest point being over 2,000 feet (610 m), the C2C is completed by an average of between 12,800 and 15,000 cyclists every year.