If you represent the media, please do not hesitate to contact Mikkel Tholstrup Dahlqvist, Communications Manager, tel.: +45 2015 7076, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Team Rynkeby Foundation director: We will simply have to work even harder to reach our targets.A failed IT project has resulted in a less than auspicious start to the 2019 season for the Team Rynkeby Foundation. The IT challenges have effectively delayed the Team Rynkeby collection work by six weeks.
Bianchi will deliver the bicycles earlier than expected – the first one has just arrivedSince the charity bike team’s Italian bicycle supplier has delivered the bicycles much earlier than expected, Team Rynkeby’s 54 teams now have optimum conditions for getting on the roads before the summer tour to Paris.
3-year old Laura accepted cheque from Team Rynkeby: Now, doctors have extinct all hopeLasse Piester-Stolpe held a moving speech when Team Rynkeby Danmark handed over the funds it had collected to the Danish Children's Cancer Foundation a month ago. Now, doctors have abandoned all hope for his daughter.
Team Rynkeby sets new international fundraising recordTeam Rynkeby has raised € 9.44 million this year for children with critical illnesses. This is the best-ever result in the history of the charity cycling team.
Today is your last chance if you want to join us on the ride to Paris next summerIf you’d like to be part of the charity cycling team Team Rynkeby in the upcoming season, please submit your application before the end of the day.
Team Rynkeby establishes six new teams and makes room for 2,100 cyclists2,100 cyclists across 54 teams in seven countries are expected to cycle to Paris with the charity cycling Team Rynkeby next summer.
What it costs to participate on Team Rynkeby in 2019The cost of participating on Team Rynkeby 2019 is almost identical to that of 2018. There is a very modest price increase for the riders.
It’s been the best trip everThis year’s Team Rynkeby trip to Paris has taken place exactly as Team Rynkeby Foundation’s director, Carl Erik Dalbøge, had hoped. He’s declared it to be the best trip ever.
Thousands of people gave Team Rynkeby a warm welcome in ParisTeam Rynkeby received a warm welcome in every way when the charity cycling team ended this year’s trip to Paris today.
French family who have themselves lost a child invites Team Rynkeby riders for a meal stopTeam Rynkeby Øresund enjoyed a touching meal stop when a French family who have lost a son to cancer invited the riders inside.
Sigrid is in her father’s thoughts all the way to ParisLasse Brix Søeby’s daughter, Sigrid, is very much in the thoughts of the young North Jutlander on his way to Paris. Sigrid died of cancer just two and a half years old.
Great atmosphere when Team Rynkeby conquered Mur de Huy – see the pictures hereTeam Rynkeby painted Mur de Huy yellow as 29 out of 48 teams crossed the almost mythical hill in Belgium earlier today. See the pictures here.
Jessica handed out bracelets and hugs to her beloved “Rynkes”Only when a participant on Team Rynkeby Østjylland has received one of Jessica’s coveted yellow bracelets can they call themselves a true “Rynke”. That’s what happened today on Mur de Huy.
Mur de Huy awaits tomorrow – find out when teams are expected to passA tense atmosphere has begun to spread among the riders now checked in at the large NH Hotel in Maastricht. Tomorrow, the Mur de Huy awaits.
On the bike I commemorate BertramGrief and loss run deep in Malene Hirth. But on Team Rynkeby Øresund she has found a community where she can give herself the time to commemorate her late son
Morten’s daughter, who was diagnosed with cancer, is responsible for getting him into the saddleWhen Morten Christiansen’s daughter was diagnosed with cancer, she looked her father straight in the eyes and said that he should apply for a place on Team Rynkeby.
The next generation is donning the yellow jersey22-year-old Andreas Boye and 21-year-old Caroline Møller Nielsen are both the children of former Team Rynkeby riders. Now they themselves are donning the yellow jersey for the good cause.
It is overwhelming that so many people are cycling for children like my sonÅse Malmstrøm knows something about the difference made by the money that Team Rynkeby – God Morgon raises in Sweden. Her six-year-old son, Ian, is currently receiving the last part of his cancer treatment.
Irma’s drawing is accompanying her mother to ParisPå brystet af Team Rynkeby – God Morgon Täbys cykeltøj er der en lille tegning af en kat. Tegningen er lavet af Tina Lejdemyrs seksårige datter, Irma, kort før hun døde af kræft.
We can put Otto’s cancer behind us when we reunite in ParisWhen Jussi Malinen reunites with his family in Paris on Saturday, it’s not just Team Rynkeby’s annual bike ride to the French capital that is completed. The reunion also marks the end of his five-year-old son’s cancer treatment.
Finnish riders have completed more than 900 km – close to halfwayWhile the Team Rynkeby project is currently starting its first official stage, riders from Team Rynkeby – God Morgon Oulu have already put more than 900 km behind them.
At the touch of a button, little Karen got the whole event underwayTwo-year-old Karen was just 4 weeks old when she was diagnosed with an aggressive tumour in her tiny body. Today she was able to send off her father and 400 other Team Rynkeby riders from Copenhagen.
I can make a difference for Julius by cycling to ParisJakob Kargaard’s six-year-old son is seriously ill with cancer. So it is with a heavy heart, but with the feeling that he can actually help make a difference for his sick son, that Jakob Kargaard is today getting in the saddle to bike to Paris with Team Rynkeby.
Team Rynkeby expands with new team in GermanyTeam Rynkeby will establish a team in Germany after the summer holidays. The largest charity cycling team in Europe is thus represented in no fewer than seven countries when the trip goes to Paris next year.
Follow Team Rynkeby’s trip to Paris minute by minuteOnce again this year, Team Rynkeby will be partnering with Swedish GPS company Axtech AB to live-track the charity cycling team’s trip down through Europe.
Will you be there to meet Team Rynkeby at the finish line in Paris? Then see hereOn Saturday 7 July 2018, Team Rynkeby’s 48 teams will arrive in Paris. Find out how the charity cycling team will round off its annual cycling tour to the French capital here.
Team Rynkeby starts in 38 cities in eight days – get the full overview hereOn Saturday, 23 June 2018, the first Team Rynkeby team will begin the annual ride to Paris. Just eight days later, all 1,900 riders will be in the saddle. Get a full overview of Team Rynkeby’s 43 starts here.
Cyclist’s death leads Team Rynkeby director to make an urgent appealOne person is dead and two seriously injured after an accident in a popular Danish amateur cycling race during the Ascension holidays. This has led Team Rynkeby Foundation’s director to make an urgent appeal to take proper care in traffic.
“Dirty deal” creates problems for Team RynkebyA newly adopted European Union regulation is creating problems for charity cycling team Team Rynkeby, which must now source mobile portable toilets for its 48 teams before this summer’s Tour de Paris.
211,000 students run to benefit sick childrenA record number of students and schools will be involved when the Team Rynkeby School Run to benefit children with critical illnesses takes place on the Friday before the Easter holidays.
Mikkel Tholstrup Dahlqvist
Phone: +45 20 15 70 76
Carl Erik Dalbøge
Telefon: +45 20 26 55 88