We are a group of leisure cyclists committed to making a difference, our cyclists have ranged from age 16 to 76, coming from all backgrounds and all abilities. The Jo Cox Way, now in its 9th year, has grown every year in numbers with some 80 cyclists taking part in JCW 2023. The group is joined by other cyclists along the way, with many wishing to experience the feeling of being part of this extra-special event.
Everyone wears a shirt with the More in Common hashtag – words taken from Jo’s maiden speech at Westminster in which she said: “We are far more united and have far more in common than that which divides us.
The work of Jo Cox and her beliefs that communities are stronger when people work together really had a big impact on us all, so much so that we take part in this annual bike ride from Jo’s Batley & Spen constituency to London to raise money for The Jo Cox Foundation and the More in Common Network volunteer groups across the country.