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Grand Depart, Pedalling Religiously - It's time for action on GDPR!

Hello ,

It's Paul from RideStaffs here, you're on my RideStaffs email list and I'm writing to you today to ask for your permission to keep in touch in the future about RideStaffs and the events we run. We've mailed you before about this but it doesn't look like you took any action so far. 

If you're still into cycling and might want to ride one of our sportives, receiving our emails gives you early access to our rides and the very best pricing. So why can't I just carry on sending you all that good stuff after May 25th?...

You may have heard about the new General Data Protection Regulation ("GDPR"), that comes into effect May 25, 2018. To help comply with GDPR consent requirements, we need to confirm that you would still like to receive content from us in the future.

If you tap the button below, it'll take about a minute to update your preferences (or even less if you want to unsubscribe). If you don't do that you'll get a few reminders about this over the next month, but then after that. Nothing. Zero. Zilch. Just the empty void. 

Thanks for reading, now do that clicking and tapping in the update settings button below. 
 
Best regards,
Paul 
Director, Sportive
RideStaffs. 

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