Cycle 300
September 2019

Joe's Cycle 300 Fundraising Page

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Joe Scarboro

Total raised


+ £46.25 Gift Aid

123 Complete
123% of £150.00 target

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

Why? I hear you ask, well as some of you may know, Rach is doing the Shine walking marathon on the 21st/22nd September and that's in aid of Cancer Research too, so I though I'd contribute! If you think Rach's efforts are more worth rewarding than mine (hint: they are!) then you can sponsor her instead of me here:

Rach is walking in memory of Rikki, a very good friend of ours who died in 2015. She battled with cancer for as long as we knew her, winning a lot of the time, but sadly losing a few years ago.

If you'd like to sponsor me or Rach, then thank you very much, it's really appreciated.

Latest updates

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Joe Scarboro


After missing a week of cycling due to a non-cycling related concussion, I was well behind on getting this completed. That made the last week a bit of a challenge, with almost 35% of the mileage to go! I completed it yesterday however, with a 75km trip to Tonbridge and back, luckily avoiding the rain too! Many thanks to everyone that has supported me!


Chris Warr



+£7.50 Gift Aid



David Salthouse



+£3.75 Gift Aid

Nice one!


Ben Read



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Well done Joseph and for a great cause!


Jon Hillcock



+£7.50 Gift Aid

Excellent work, cool rider


Joe Scarboro



+£12.50 Gift Aid

Total raised£185.00



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