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Follow Team Rynkeby’s trip to Paris minute by minute

Once 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.

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Will you be there to meet Team Rynkeby at the finish line in Paris? Then see here

On 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.

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Cyclist’s death leads Team Rynkeby director to make an urgent appeal

One 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.

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Online fundraising was a huge success for Team Rynkeby

Team Rynkeby more than doubled the amount that the charity cycling team collected via social media the previous season. The newly developed platform has a great share in the success.

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This year’s result: EUR 8.8 million for children with critical illnesses

Team Rynkeby’s work in Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland, Iceland and the Faroe Islands last year has resulted in a total donation of EUR 8.77 million for critically ill children.

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Team Rynkeby will live broadcast the entire Tour de Paris

Team Rynkeby will live-stream and live-track the entire Tour de Paris on the charity cycling team's website starting Saturday, 8 July 2017.

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Here's how Team Rynkeby will finish the ride to Paris

It will be without the traditional parade through the streets of Paris when Team Rynkeby finishes its 16th trip to Paris on July 15, 2017.

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Tour de France organiser forces Team Rynkeby to change colour

The organiser of the Tour de France, the Amaury Sport Organisation (ASO), intends to go to court to prevent Team Rynkeby riding into France wearing yellow jerseys.

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New record: €8.84 million towards the fight against childhood cancer

Team 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.

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German authorities send huge bill to charity riders

The 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.

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