Longest Day Up 2020
31 Jul - 2 Aug 2020

A member of Longest Day Up 2020

Motorcycle challenge to ride the full length of the UK on a £300 bike on the longest day of the year

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Fraser Bell

Total raised


+ £325.00 Gift Aid

142 Complete
142% of £1,000.00 target

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3 rings all over england with approximately 1000 miles to be completed between sunrise and sunset. Bikes must have been bought for no more than £300.

Ladies and gents! Its approaching that time of year! For reasons I'm yet to figure out im taking part in the longest day up again. On the 20th June, 35 of us will set off in the early hours of the morning from Lands End and ultimately aim for John O'Groats before midnight. Roughly 1000 miles although the route is yet to be confirmed 👍

It's all in aid of cancer research, any and all donations will be greatly appreciated. Last year raised a staggering £36,500 which we're hoping to smash out the park!

This years charriot is a 2003 suzuki sv650 or Susan as shes been named. So far shes been delicately collected, stripped to bits and cobbled back together with only a few bolts left over 👌

Latest updates


Therese Vogt



+£12.50 Gift Aid

Well done Fraser.


Brendan & Frances Ryan



+£25.00 Gift Aid

Hugh Lund



+£5.00 Gift Aid

If you come near congleton imma throw a badger at you. We don’t need that noise round ere.


Annie-Maria McKay



+£100.00 Gift Aid

On behalf of our mum Annie who passed away recently after a 3 year fight with cancer.
Thank you Fraser, for all you've done for Cancer Research.


James Whitby



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Well done Fraser 👍🏼


Lesley Mearman



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Well done Fraser

Total raised£1,420.00



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