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Here is the design of the Team Rynkeby clothes for the season 2021/2022

A better pair of cycling shorts with newly developed elastic braces and loose leg warmers are a few of the changes that Team Rynkeby riders will get with the clothing package in the spring of 2022.

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Team Rynkeby participated in the route presentation of the Tour de France 2022

On the occasion of the presentation of the Tour de France route for 2022, Team Rynkeby was in Paris to focus on Denmark as a cycling nation.

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Team Rynkeby nominates three new members of the Hall of Fame

Team Rynkeby has welcomed three new members to its Hall of Fame. The three new members have each made an extraordinary contribution to the charity project for many years.

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Team Rynkeby raises 9.74 million euros for children with critical illnesses

This year’s charity cycling event collected 9.74 million euros for children with critical illnesses. It exceeds last year's collection result by as much as 11 percent.

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Still available spots on Team Rynkeby

Team Rynkeby is currently setting up teams for the coming season where the international charity cycling team once again will go to Paris. The team still has a few available spots.

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Join Team Rynkeby and our journey to Paris in 2022

Do you need to set a new exercise goal? And do you want to be part of a completely unique community and raise money for children with critical illnesses. Then Team Rynkeby might be something for you.

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The past week has shown that Team Rynkeby has come through corona strengthened

The Rynkeby Foundation's soon-to-be retiring CEO, Carl Erik Dalbøge, is taking stock of a trip and a season that turned out to be somewhat different than expected.

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"Team Rynkeby is a uniquely outstanding project"

Alexander Eckes-Chantré is the fourth generation in the Eckes family to own Eckes-Granini. Since the company acquired Rynkeby Foods, the charity cycling team, Team Rynkeby has gained a very special place in his heart, and this year he rides with the Swiss team around the Alps.

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Team Rynkeby hit by wild weather in Switzerland

Team Rynkeby - hohes C Zurich is hit by a severe storm during the team's trip around Switzerland. The weather has, among other things, required a six-hour bus ride.

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9 year old Alvar raised over €12000 as a tribute to his cousin

Last year, nine-year-old Alvar Landén decided to fundraise in honour of his cousin Märtha who lost her battle with cancer. She passed away in the summer of 2016 after a hard battle with the illness. Alvar decided to complete a sponsored 100km cycle ride in five days in memory of his cousin.

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Snapshots from Tour de Paris 2019

Snapshots from Team Rynkeby's trip to Paris 2019 - new snapshots every day.

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