Paul's 300km India Bike ride
Big India charity cycle challenge... YES ,YES, YES, we did it, all of us completed the 5 day challenge and with only one fall and a few sores/bruises to show for it, we are mainly all intact.
I have been a keen cyclist in the past.
Recently, with the pressures of work and family life, my fitness levels have dropped and my waistline has grown!
I am hitting the big 50 years of age next year and wanted to make a difference by doing something that both raises money for a fantastic cause and that challenges me at the same time. The training regime and/or the spicy food in India will certainly help with the waistline issue mentioned earlier...
I have never ventured further afield than Europe in the past and the most I have cycled in one go has been 100km, so this is a big challenge for me.
Please help spur me on to completing this massive challenge by giving as much a or as little as you can to help achieve our group target of £95,000. PLEASE SHARE MY PAGE,
I am back on UK soil having complete the India trip, it was a fantastic experience and the 29 strong team have raised over £100,000 so far, if you can help, please do donate too.
300 km + Cycle Ride - India's tropical South
We have cycled more than 300km through spectacular scenery and the backwaters of southern India taking in the diverse birdlife of the Thattekkad Bird Sanctuary, historic Cochin, pedalling the backroads through tea and spice plantations, see Kerala's incredible wildlife (from a distance!!)
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Event is completed
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