Posted date: 16 Aug 2016
NO FROOME OR WIGGINS BUT STILL GREAT
We have ‘gold medal’ cyclists in training for CVM.
On Sunday 11th September, six intrepid riders will set off from south London on bicycle, with the aim of making it to Brighton in one piece (or 2 pieces if you count the bike).
They’re taking on the challenge in order to raise money for the work of CVM.
Our Lycra clad heroes are:
Alan Rogers, Mike Daintree, Stuart Gibbs, Clive Anstey, Nick Bailey and Mick Duplock. They’ll set off from Clapham Common, early morning on the 11th and will peddle the 54 miles to the south coast.
Tour de France it may not be but it’ll still be a great effort by the fellas, especially as one of them is blind!
Please back the guys by sponsoring them for a few quid.
Their individual fundraising pages are below. Pick one or more rider, click on their link and support them. All funds go towards CVM’s goal of winning 1 million men to Jesus.
Alan Rogers & Mike Daintree’s fundraising page
Clive Anstey’s fundraising page
Nick Bailey’s fundraising page
Mick Duplock’s fundraising page
Stuart Gibbs’ fundraising page