On 6 September, Sales Manager Simon Parker along with four friends completed the Rapha Manchester to London bike ride in one day to raise money for the charity Ambitious About Autism. The route was a challenging one, covering 223 miles.
Sales Executives Ryan Bowness and Troy Adams were on hand in a Cayenne Diesel as a support car which proved invaluable. On our return from London in the Cayenne we managed to carry four people, baggage and five bicycles which is testament to just how practical the car is.
We thank all of those who supported us and donated - Simon raised £1,635.00 for the charity which we know will make a huge difference to the many children who suffer from autism.
We are yet to decide whether to ride the event again in 2016 but once the memories of just how hard it was wear off, we are sure the enthusiasm for signing up will be back. Ryan and Troy may also be turning the pedals in 2016 rather than manning the support car.
We will be sure to keep you updated with our 2016 campaign.
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