Frequently Asked Questions
Here are some Frequently Asked Questions about the SameYou Cycology Challenge.
Yes! It’s free and open to everyone around the world to enter.
Join in the fun and sign up for the challenge.
- Head here to sign up for the challenge.
- Check your email for an email from GivePenny to verify your email address.
- Customise your page with your picture, story and fundraising target.
- Connect a Strava account to your page to track your km or manually add them in.
- Enjoy listening to some tunes whilst your cycle? Connect your Spotify account to the page and ask people to donate a song to you too!
- Get going and complete those km!
Make sure to opt–in to receiving emails so we can send you some encouragement from the SameYou team along the way - including some exclusive content.
Once you connect your fundraising page to a Strava account, your activity should sync automatically to our page.
Contact us at [email protected] if you run (or cycle!) into any problems – we're here to help!
You can buy a SameYou tee here.
We're also giving our SameYou fundraising tees for those who raise £50 which you can wear and ride with pride and show everyone you are riding for brain injury recovery. Raise £/$100 and we’ll also send you a SameYou bag or raise £/$500 and we’ll send you one of our cozy SameYou hoodies to let you know that we think you are wheelie great!
Your donations and fundraising help us with our goal of transforming brain injury recovery services for all.
SameYou works to increase the provision of immediate rehabilitation for young adults after leaving hospital and to facilitate an improvement in specialist nurse training, fund clinical research and develop evidence for policy change.
By fundraising for our SameYou weekend of 'cycology' you are helping us to expand our UK Neuro Recovery Directory and launch a brand new US Neuro Recovery Directory.
We know first-hand how difficult it is to find the right neurorehabilitation services. The aim of this online directory is to signpost brain injury and stroke survivors to local services. By building and growing this network it is our hope that we can help as many people and their families get the necessary support they need.