Prosperity Day 4th September 2020 (new date due to Covid-19)

In the last five years Prosperity Day has enabled businesses to have fun on bikes, venting their corporate fury safely & settling scores in public but more importantly, it has helped raised almost £95,000 for local charities.

In 2020, you need to ask… Will it be your team on the podium, taking home the Prosperity Day trophy?

On Friday 4th September 2020 (new date due to Covid-19) in St. Helier, businesses will once more have the opportunity to compete and have a huge amount of fun whilst venting their corporate fury by settling a score in public, in safety and all for a brilliant cause – Prosperity Day.  We are inviting up to eighteen corporate rivals to take to the saddle once more and #VentYourFury and go #HeadToHead.  Your teams will need to be able to ride a bike, shout for (at) each other and have fun – that is about the sum of it!

How do I Register?
It’s simple to register, just click on the following link:
For the Head to Head there are only 18 slots available, you will need to pay a registration fee of £500. Each team pledges to raise a further £500 minimum per team.

What does taking part involve?

If a picture paints a thousand words, enjoy some footage from previous years below to give you a clue:

Who wins?

Well, there are two sorts of winners over the course of the day.

Firstly, our chosen charities for this year are the JSPCA & Philip’s Footprints.

Secondly, the riders! We want people to ‘Vent their fuy’ and use the Virtual Races that will be held on Turbo Trainers as an opportunity to take revenge for a previous year’s loss or to prove your win was not luck – this was how happy some of the teams looked as they took part last year:

How do we win? 

We are striving to raise a total of £24,700 over the course of the event to share between our chosen charities.

To support this key goal, there are two ways that we encourage you to gain points:

  • Race day performance (obviously)
  • Fundraising

Who has competed previously?

In 2019 LGL Trustees Ltd took on Brooks MacDonald and Rossborough; Oak Group (Jersey) Ltd faced Ogier and Bedell Cristin; Santander battled it out against Barclays and KPMG; Mitchell Building Contractors were up against Garenne Construction Group and the Co-op; Beresford Street Kitchen pedalled against Sure and Prosperity 24/7 and a team from Gallery Magazine took on two teams from Ports of Jersey.