Cycle Quadrathon
27 Aug 2019

SK Cycle Quadrathon

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Shane Kyte

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Cancer is happening right now, which is why I’m fundraising right now for Cancer Research UK. There’s no time to lose!
Donate to my page today and help bring forward the day when all cancers are cured. Any amount, no matter how small or large, will be greatly appreciated and will make a big difference.

On Tuesday 27th of August 2019, I will be cycling the distance equivalent of approximately four marathons (104.8 miles/168.7 Kilometres). I am doing this to help raise awareness and money for a cause that has affected many people, including my self after losing my mother at an early age due to Leukaemia. This activity will be a great experience for me as I not only love to ride my bike, but I know it will help benefit the research that is being done to help save as many lives as possible. With the help and support I can get from as many people as possible by donating any amount you wish, together we can edge closer to curing this life changing disease.

Thank you once again,

Shane Kyte

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