For Sara 2019

Longest Day Up 2019
3 Apr 2019 - 3 Apr 2020

A member of Longest Day Up 2019

For Sara 2019

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Keith Bousfield

Total raised


+ £176.36 Gift Aid

343 Complete
343% of £250.00 target

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Motorbike challenge to travel from Lands End to John O'Groats on the longest day of the year between sunrise and sunset on a £300 bike, no motorways and a predetermined route around 1021 miles.

In memory of

Sara Mann, my sister who eventually lost her battle with the big C.

21 Jun 1970 - 23 Dec 2013

Motorcycle challenge that takes places on the longest day of the year, 21 June 2019. Bikers leave Lands End at sunrise and aim to reach John O'Groats by sunset following a designated route. Motorcycles must cost no more than £300 (not including the cost of insurance, MOT, tyres or brakes) and must have valid MOT certificate. Accommodation and on the road support will be provided. Places are limited.

This is now the 3rd year running I have done this challenge. As I do it in memory of my sister who got me into bikes in the first place, the event is on her birthday every time and we lost her to the big C, why would I not take part, it’s everything she enjoyed and I’m sure was she here she would ride the challenge too.

Please think about have one drink less this Friday night whilst I’m taking part in this challenge and donate it to a very worthy cause instead.

Latest updates


Margaret Price



Well done x


Fuel Sponsors



As promised the surplus to requirement fuel sponsorship for advertising on the bike.

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Keith Bousfield


Ok so all the fuel etc has now gone through and I’ve been left with £54.05 surplus and have still one donation waiting to come in,so as promised this will now be added to the pot. As soon as the final sponsor puts in his donation that will be added also. Thanks to everyone who supported me and made donations in one form or another. Delighted to have raised nearly the same as I have done in previous years when I usually set my target at £1000. This year I set it reasonably low at £250 because I only signed up literally a handful or so days before the event. Once again, you’ve done us proud with your kindness and generosity. Let’s keep working at beating this dreadful disease so others don’t have to suffer the same fate as our loved ones have. ❤️


willz mcfarlane



well done


Aaron Brudenell



+£25.00 Gift Aid

Go for it Keith!

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Keith Bousfield


So that’s it....we’ve all done it. Only 2 bikes that didn’t survive the 1021 mile test! (1 of them turned out to be a kinked fuel pipe stopping fuel getting to engine and naturally he was gutted spotting it this morning after a sleep on it). Once the fuel money has all gone through any leftover will, as promised, be added to my donations page here to go directly to Cancer Research UK. Thank you all for your donations and support throughout and the fundraising pages stay open for a while yet too so if your just reading this you can still donate that £1 or whatever you choose. As a team we have raised over £32,000 together for just this years event! Staggering! I’m off to rest my sore bits for the rest of the day now before I settle back to normality. See you all in 2020 to do it all again :)

Total raised£859.44



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