Cycle 200
September 2019

Paul's Cycle 200 Fundraising Page

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Paul Gibson

Total raised


+ £60.00 Gift Aid

80 Complete
80% of £300.00 target

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I'm cycling 200 miles this September for Cancer Research UK

hey all,

Thanks for popping by my page!

I have crazily signed up to the cycle 200 challenge in aid of cancer research UK. We all know someone who has been effected by Cancer so this is my way to try and help raise money towards this great charity.

I don’t cycle much, but over the next month I’ll be cycling loads.... I’ll need to cycle around 50 miles a week which will be tough for me, as I also have my stag do and wedding in September.... but we’ll get there.

134.6/200 miles complete (65.4 miles remaining)

Latest updates

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Watching AGT at the gym, this young lad Tyler beat cancer, and now gets a golden buzzer. Watching him and hearing his story pushed me on today. Another 20.3 miles done today.

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Road 12.3 miles today, to pick up a toilet seat.... wrong one..... looks like I’ll be going back tomorrow too 😂

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Decided to go to the gym and ride today, 30.06miles done.... I’m feeling very sore!!





+£1.25 Gift Aid

Good luck big bro xx

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Managed to complete my first week, have so far completed just over 25% of the challenge.

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Went out to complete my 50 miles for this week by riding to town to pick up some wedding bits, after 1 mile it started raining so I turned back and drove in instead. Tomorrow I’ll go out and complete my 50

Total raised£240.00



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