Harlow men set to take on marathon cycle challenge for charity
News / Wed 11th Jul 2018 am31 08:15am
TWO HARLOW men are set to take on a one day marathon cycling challenge on Saturday July 14th for two very worthwhile causes.
Kyle Jaggers and Andy Welch have set up a gofundme page.
Kyle said: “This year we are cycling coast to coast, Ilfracome to Plymouth, on and off road. We will be cycling 115 miles in a day, the time challenge is 13hrs. Those who have been to the Devon area will appreciate some of the inclines!! but what goes up must come down, the worst enroute is a 25% climb.
This year we are raising money for 2 worthy charities:
P.A.C.T for Autism, PACT supports autistic children, adults and families and people with other similar conditions through parent support services, activities, information, resources and by providing training to professionals.
Friends of Danesbury and Queen Victoria Memorial Hospital, The Friends exist to support the work of the National Health Services based at The Queen Victoria Memorial Hospital and the Danesbury Neurological Centre in Welwyn, Hertfordshire. Providing support and specialist therapy for patients having a wide range of debilitating conditions.
Every year we carry out a challenge that will mentally and physically stretch us, this challenge is no easy feat.
“We are very thankful for your ongoing support and look forward to sharing our journey on this challenge”.
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