Cycle 300
September 2019

Not missing a day

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Trevor Roder

Total raised


+ £14.00 Gift Aid

60 Complete
60% 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. This September, before the end of the month, I will complete 300 miles on my bike for Cancer Research UK..

Anybody can cycle harder, faster, better than they ever have before and then forget about it and move on. This is not about that. This is about riding normally every day for 30 days, because if I miss a day there is always tomorrow. Except for some people, with cancer, the sickness will be too much, the effort too great, the struggle insurmountable. I do not expect to ride 10 miles every day for 30 days because life will get in the way. The next day or that week I will make up the miles, but at least I will have time to do it. The days I miss I will think about the friends and family who are no longer with me.
I’m sure if I thought about it I could create a list of 300 people who have suffered from cancer some with the help of cancer research are still with us. I won’t make that list in case I forget somebody.
I have a target of £300 that' £1 per mile. Donate if you can better still join me for a mile or ten.
I’m told every penny makes a huge difference to vital cancer research so please show your support with a donation.

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Offline donation


Trevor Roder




Tony Pierce



+£1.25 Gift Aid

Good Luck


Trevor Roder



A Mooger donation


Richard Draper



+£2.50 Gift Aid

James Taylor



+£1.25 Gift Aid

Total raised£182.00



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