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New record: €8.84 million towards the fight against childhood cancerTeam Rynkeby's fund-raising activities in Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland and the Faroe Islands have resulted in a donation of no less than €8.84 million towards the fight against childhood cancer.
Team Rynkeby Foundation director: A fantastic tourTeam Rynkeby Foundation director Carl Erik Dalbøge takes stock of the charity cycling team's fifteenth Tour de Paris to benefit children with cancer.
Beautiful, touching conclusion to an utterly fantastic Tour de Paris!Team Rynkeby experienced a touching conclusion to the annual cycling tour to Paris, where up to 5,000 people welcomed the team to the French capital.
Team Rynkeby live streams the final sprint of the Tour de Paris starting at 14:00/2 pmFollow the final 15-kilometre parade ride through Paris live on the Team Rynkeby website. The cyclists will begin the final sprint around 14:00/2 pm
Celebrating 80 years in ParisAt the age of 79 years and 364 days, Laurits Tørnæs is the oldest cyclist to ever complete Team Rynkeby's Tour de Paris. On Sunday, he will celebrate his 80th birthday with his family in the French capital.
Fathers of children with cancer: We've had some good talksTummas Joensen and Edvard Pauli Andreasen have experienced children's cancer at very close range. It's brought the two Faroese Team Rynkeby cyclists closer together.
Statement regarding the situation in NiceTeam Rynkeby's arrival in Paris tomorrow will be carried out as planned. Team Rynkeby is in dialogue with the French authorities and will follow all instructions that might come.
Mur de Huy is nothing compared with the battle that children with cancer are fightingAt six years of age, Daniel Kulonka had his leg amputated due to cancer. Today, he is cycling to Paris with Team Rynkeby to raise money for children in the same situation as he once was.
Morten is along for the ride – all the way to ParisJane Mølgaard Christensen lost her youngest son Morten to cancer at just six years of age. Now she's cycling to Paris to help other children with cancer.
20,000 people are following Team Rynkeby live on the webTeam Rynkeby is enjoying great success with live streaming and live tracking this year's Tour de Paris. More than 20,000 visitors are following the Tour de Paris each day on the Team Rynkeby website.
Sleeping in 17,000 beds on the way to ParisDer er brugt mere end 6.700 arbejdstimer på at sikre, at alle deltagere på Team Rynkeby har en seng at sove i på turen til Paris.
Miracle boy sees off Team Rynkeby in OdenseArmed with his very own orange Star Wars Stormtrooper weapon, 6-year-old Anton fired a farewell shot to honour the Team Rynkeby Odense riders on their way to Paris yesterday.
"My son must know that we're doing something for the other children"For Rene Ritter Schmidt, Team Rynkeby's Tour de Paris is about giving something back to the Children's Cancer Foundation.
Discover how Team Rynkeby will conclude its annual Tour de ParisFind out here how Team Rynkeby will conclude its annual Tour de Paris on 16 July 2016. This page will be updated in case of changes.
What it costs to participate on Team Rynkeby in 2017Team Rynkeby Foundation has now set the prices for participating as a rider and service person in 2017. See the prices here.
Team Rynkeby extends collaboration with BianchiThe Team Rynkeby Foundation and the Italian bike manufacturer Bianchi have agreed to extend collaboration for another year.
Team Rynkeby live streams tour to ParisTeam Rynkeby is live streaming and live tracking the whole tour to Paris, so you can follow all the way by the minute. See how here.
Team Rynkeby’s 38 teams start in 35 different cities: See the time and placeTeam Rynkeby begins its 15th trip to Paris with 37 events in 35 cities in six different countries on four different days. Get the full picture here.
Team Rynkeby expands with six new teams after the summerTeam Rynkeby makes room for another 200 riders after the summer. For the first time in 10 years there will not be established new teams in Denmark.
Team Rynkeby continues undeterred after Rynkeby salesThe charity bike team Team Rynkeby continues undeterred after the announcement today that Arla Foods has sold Rynkeby Foods to German Eckes-Granini.
German authorities send huge bill to charity ridersThe heaviest cyclists are hit hardest when the German road authorities introduce a new road tax on cyclists. The tax sends a huge bill to Team Rynkeby riders.
Team Rynkeby expands with team in IcelandTeam Rynkeby starts a team in Iceland after this summer. Thus six countries will be represented at the Nordic region's largest charity cycling team next season.
107,000 children are running for children with cancerAlmost every sixth Danish school child participate when Team Rynkeby School Run is held at schools in Denmark and Sweden Friday before the Easter holidays
995 companies have got their name and logo on the Team Rynkeby cycle wearWe have never before had so many companies represented on the Team Rynkeby cycle wear. This gives rise to optimism in the Team Rynkeby camp.
The first bikes have arrived from BianchiTeam Rynkeby has just received the first two copies of the new 2016 racing bike. The remaining 1,000 bikes are ready for delivery to the riders before Easter.
Have booked 15,045 beds in 209 hotelsIt’s a logistical challenge of the big ones when Team Rynkeby's tour operator has to find hotels for the charity cycling team members. Now, however, the task is solved.
This year's result: 6.45 million euros towards the fight against childhood cancer6.45 million euros! That is the sum raised by the 32 Team Rynkeby teams from five countries for the fight against childhood cancer in 2015.
Team Rynkeby reveals the first picture of the 2015 bikeThe first Team Rynkeby bike has been finished in Italy and is ready for the Tour de Paris this summer. See the first picture of the bike here.
Mikkel Tholstrup Dahlqvist
Phone: +45 20 15 70 76
Carl Erik Dalbøge
Telefon: +45 20 26 55 88