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London-Surrey 100 Bike Ride

We had six wonderful riders in the London-Surrey 100 on Sunday 30th July: Emily Parry, Andrea Vladova, Ed Parsloe, Duncan McRobert, Graeme McRobert, Richard Enderby and Adrian Foster. We are so grateful to them for helping us to raise funds for our five new playgrounds.

“It was a really great ride! Thank you so much for such a fantastic cycling experience! We were very lucky with the weather and the closed roads were such a treat to ride on. Very well organised event and such a lot of support around the course, which really made a big difference. I felt prepared, like I had done enough training which definitely added to the enjoyment. A few tough moments but so many cyclists riding for many inspiring charities, which really reminded me of why I was there and that got me through.”

And from Andrea Vladova:

“The ride was absolutely AMAZING! There was a wonderful atmosphere among all the riders, people cheering and bands playing ‘The Eye of The Tiger’ amongst other empowering songs by the road side! I did not know what to expect from this event, but it definitely surpassed anything I could have imagined. As you know, safety was my main concern and I have to say that it was not hard at all staying safe as most riders were very respectful and giving each other space. So I’m already contemplating to ride again next year! 😉 Thank you so much for having me ride for all the children at Mulberry Bush School!!! The children cheering us on all day on Sunday reminded me of the ones less privileged and why we are doing what we are doing! So thanks again!”

And finally:

“It was a really great ride! Thank you so much for such a fantastic cycling experience! We were very lucky with the weather and the closed roads were such a treat to ride on. Very well organised event and such a lot of support around the course, which really made a big difference. I felt prepared, like I had done enough training which definitely added to the enjoyment. A few tough moments but so many cyclists riding for many inspiring charities, which really reminded me of why I was there and that got me through.”


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