Ali's Cycle 300 Fundraising Page
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Thank you for visiting my Cancer Research UK Cycle 300 page. This September, before the end of the month, I hope to complete between 150 to 300 miles on a Static Bike at my gym (CHF in Braintree) for Cancer Research UK. The reason for undertaking this 'challenge' at the gym, rather than outside on my bike is because on the 21st April I was run over by a car which fractured two bones in my left ankle and injured my right foot. Fortunately my healing has progressed well and now after nearly four months I'm able to resume exercising. My inspiration for undertaking this event is my lovely sister-in-law Sue Smith. This is what happened to Sue...... "I was diagnosed with endometrial cancer after a routine question from the nurse that did my three yearly smear test. My GP moved so fast and I was diagnosed and had a full hysterectomy within four weeks. I have now been given the all clear due to the vigilance from the NHS. I couldn't fault the speed for which they treated me and subsequently saved my life". So folks, I will be pedalling as hard and as fast as my ankle will allow because I want to raise money for life-saving research and help bring forward the day when all cancers are cured. Every penny makes a huge difference to vital cancer research so please show your support with a donation to my page. Thank you for your kindness and generosity.
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