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Cycle 300
1 Apr 2020 - 31 Mar 2021

Rob's Cycle 300 Fundraising Page

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I'm cycling 300 miles in a month for Cancer Research UK

In memory of

Karen who simply would have laughed at the thought of me cycling 300 miles!

16 Jan 1962 - 07 Jan 2018

Thank you for visiting my Cancer Research UK Cycle 300 page.
Those of you who know me well will understand that exercise is not at the top of my daily agenda! When I saw the advert asking people to join in I thought 300 miles over a month, no problem, in fact easy! But as March races towards me the reality of committing to an average ride of 10 miles per day, whatever the weather, along with doing all my normal day to day work stuff, is becoming very daunting! But I will do it, because I don’t want to see anyone else go through what we had to. So any help I can give to help stop this awful disease and all the hurt, pain and upset it causes to families, wives, husbands, children, loved ones and not forgetting the person who is actually diagnosed, is good help! We all know someone who has suffered as a result of cancer and I have absolutely no problem in unashamedly begging you to dig deep and support my cycling efforts, every little helps, lets together try to make things better.

Thanks for reading I will keep you all up to speed.

Rob

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