Head over to Andrew’s Just Giving page and support his extraordinary bike challenge this weekend, all in aid for Orchid Cancer.
“This year I’ve set myself a mad challenge to cycle the length of ASDA’s logistics network in 4 days. Probably should have looked at a map first, as it turns out we have one in Dartford, Kent and another one in Falkirk, Scotland.
After a quick look on Google maps it turns out it’s over 500 miles. Fortunately, there are some equally bonkers people from ASDA who will be joining me on this journey so at least I will have someone to talk to.
Why am I doing this? A good question I keep asking myself. The short answer is I like cycling and I don’t like cancer. If I can do something I like to do and at the same time go some way to getting rid of this horrible disease then it’s a win win.
To do this challenge I will need to cycle further in a day than I have ever done, then get up and do it all over again for 4 days. It is daunting, it will be tough and it will hurt, but it will be nothing to what thousands of people have to go through when they or a loved one are diagnosed with cancer.
Please give to this cause, spend a little money and help others live better lives. Knowing that what I’m doing is raising money to help this cause will help keep me going through the long days.
Thank you for your time. “
Check out his shirt below!
Good Luck Andrew from all at Haddow Group.
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