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Pedal power helping to save and change children’s lives

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As a charity funding medical research to help save and change the lives of sick babies, children and young people, we rely on the generosity of supporters. Not only those individuals who ride their bikes, climb mountains, give up their time or make donations, but also corporate supporters like Garmin.

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We’re delighted that Garmin are back sponsoring our annual cycling flagship event, Champions of CycleSport Dinner this November. They have been working with and supporting Action for many years now through event sponsorship and also as our technical partners, with the annual Ride Out a highlight on the sportive calendar which has raised some £225,000 to date to save and change children’s lives.

As a tech brand with outdoor sports at its core, they’re a great fit for Action as a charity that creates leading cycling events with support from some of the biggest names in cycling.

That’s why we were excited when Garmin unveiled the new Rally™ series of power meters. Thanks to sensors housed in the pedals, these sleek pedals measure total power, cadence and advanced cycling dynamics, including left/right balance, power phase and more on any ride – from road to mountain to gravel. What's more they install like any other pedal and can be quickly swapped between bikes and feature up to 120 hours of battery life.

For any cyclist training to improve their performance every day, a power meter you can depend on can help you achieve your goals as they deliver reliable, accurate data on every training session.

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To find out more about the Rally™ power meters, head to the Garmin website.

We’re giving away a Rally™ RK100 on our Action Events Instagram page – share a pic of you training on your bike anywhere, indoors or out, by 11.59pm on Saturday, July 31, with the hashtag #RallyforAction to be in with a chance of winning. The winner will be picked at random and be notified by Action Medical Research.

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