Wagner Way charity bike ride will take fans to Yorkshire

Huddersfield Town are currently heading for Europe. They aren’t along, as they’re accompanied by up to 120 faithful followers. Well, embarking on a charity cycle from Dortmund, Germany, they’re making their way to Yorkshire, the United Kingdom.

The 260-mile voyage over three days burst out on Wednesday, with Dean Hoyle, Huddersfield owner among the participants.

The venture’s specially designed to have Huddersfield’s ‘Keep It Up’ campaign spurred. The given campaign has been launched to get funds for the club’s academy and Yorkshire Air Ambulance.  Evidently, for the last eight years, it has managed to accumulate more than £1 million and also enabled YAA to purchase two aircraft for their fleet.

‘Wagner Way’ – that’s how this year’s route is dubbed. It’s actually inspired by Huddersfield manager David Wagner. It’s known that previously, he was hired by Borussia Dortmund and acted under Jurgen Klopp.

Tony Booth, Club ambassador told that everybody knows that the Pedal for Pounds announcement claims to be one of the most anticipated events. However, the overall level of interest in ‘The Wagner Way’ has been greatly unprecedented.