At the beginning of the summer Neil Driver, Partner at Davis Grant set out to ride three races, each over 100 miles in a day in aid of Prostate Cancer UK. He takes on his last ride this weekend – please support him with a donation if you can!
Neil has now completed two out of his the three endurance challenges. The first was a distance of 131 miles mirroring the “Grand Depart” of the Tour de France from Dusseldorf to Liege which set a new personal record for him as he joined 75 other riders for Prostate Cancer UK to take on 15 mph headwinds!
The most recent challenge was the overnight “Dunwich Dynamo” riding from the East End of London up to the Suffolk coast. Neil said:
It was great fun in the dark with a constant flow of cyclists, some lit up brighter that a Xmas tree! Surprisingly perky for riding through the night but caffeine is a wonderful thing!
Support Neil in his remaining challenge
This weekend he takes on the final hurdle of “just” 100 miles in the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 riding from the London Stadium in the Olympic Park through Surrey to The Mall in central London. A route made famous by the world’s best cyclists at the London 2012 Olympics.
I’ve trained and taken on this challenge to push myself and raise funds for Prostate Cancer UK. I have been amazed to raise £3,500 so far and I’d love to get more. Please help me in supporting this cause by donating whatever you can.
Read Neil’s full appeal and give generously if you can…