Saturday will see the second day of the Ride to Rio Challenge at the intu Trafford centre and it promises to be a day of fantastic fun and fundraising.
The challenge will give you the chance to put yourself up against your friends and family to see who can cycle the furthest in our virtual Ride to Rio Challenge.
Alongside the challenge, the Super League Trophy will be on display between 12-4, and fans will be able to have their photo taken with the famous piece of silverware.
The event will also be new signing Luke Burgess’s first public appearance as a Salford Red Devils player, as he comes to down to support the event alongside Huddersfield Giants player Ryan Brierley.
The challenge is being hosted by the Salford Red Devils Foundation in support of former Salford player Paul Highton who is currently on an intrepid adventure, cycling from London to Rio de Janeiro in Brazil.
Paul and his team are raising money for the Jane Tomlinson Appeal, Rugby League Cares, Super Josh and the Salford Red Devils Foundation, and Foundation Director Mark Brocklehurst is delighted that club is able to show his support, he said;
“This is going to be a fantastic day of fun, and hopefully we can raise some money for these great causes, Highto and the team are doing an amazing thing and we will do all we can to support them”.
Saturdays events will start from 11am, the with challenge continuing throughout the day.