Tour de Bristol 2021

Feed Stations

Rapid Relief Team (RRT) have supported the ride from the beginning, supplying food for our cyclists at the feed stations and will continue to support the ride for 2021. They will be providing a selection of refreshments at all three feed stations, contactlessly, for the Saturday event and sourcing refreshments for the Sunday event too.

Why RRT choose to support the Hospice and Tour de Bristol

As a local charity caring for adults with life-limiting illnesses, St Peter's Hospice is a charity that RRT Bristol has always wanted to support in any way we can. Many local RRT members and their friends and family have proved the care and support of St Peter’s Hospice and can witness first hand to the hard work and passion that is behind the charities success.

The Tour de Bristol provides a golden opportunity for us to show our support for the Hospice, allowing us to work with St Peter's at what we are really good at, providing quality food! Our hot drinks and snacks are always well received and every cyclist who stops leaves with a smile on their face! We really enjoy meeting and greeting all the riders and getting to hear the stories about each individual's link to the Hospice and why they choose to ride the Tour. As the support for the event continues to grow each year, we are looking forward once more to providing our service and keeping the riders smiling.

Rapid Relief Team Feed Station

Rapid Relief Team Feed Station

Who are RRT?

Inspired by community spirit and the gift of giving, the Rapid Relief Team (RRT) offers quality catering assistance to charitable and government organisations confronting some of humankind’s greatest challenges, including natural disasters, heart disease, cancer research and the plight of the homeless. Across the globe, our mission is to be mobilised and ready to respond where we are needed most.

More info can be found on the RRT website 

Event Sponsor

Huge thanks to our headline sponsors Total Produce, and the event is also kindly supported by TLD Cycles and Alé Cycling

Total Produce