Cycle 300
September 2019

cmac cycle 300 in September

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Chris Maclaren

Total raised


+ £42.50 Gift Aid

106 Complete
106% of £300.00 target

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I'm cycling 300 miles this September for Cancer Research UK

Thank you for visiting my Cancer Research UK Cycle 300 page.

1 in 2 people will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime. Cancer Research UK is calling on cyclists from across the UK to take part in its latest cycling challenge this September to help raise crucial funds for its vital research. The challenge is to cycle a total of 300 miles over the course of September and raise money through sponsorship for life-saving research and help bring forward the day when all cancers are cured.

This September, before the end of the month, I will complete 300 miles on my bike for Cancer Research UK and will share my progress towards this goal after each ride.

Every penny makes a huge difference to vital cancer research so please show your support with a donation to my page.

Thank you,


Latest updates

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Chris Maclaren


Thank you Mychelle!


Mychelle Colleary



Well done Chris!! great job.

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Chris Maclaren


Challenge completed!! 18 rides, 23 hours and 8 minutes and most importantly 310.9 miles!!


Sam Gibbs



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Well done Chris! x

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Chris Maclaren


Morning cycle done - less than 7 miles to go to reach my target so will reach that on the ride home this eve!!

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My cycle home on Friday - 2 more rides to go to finish the month and reach my goal!

Total raised£320.00



Facebook donations£90.00

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