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Karl Anthony, Supported by Mark Howard, took part in the British Heart Foundation's London to Brighton Bike Ride on Sunday 19th June. The 54-mile ride started on Clapham Common at 06:30hrs and finished some 4-hours later on Brighton Pier. The weather was excellent for riding and Karl even had a tail-wind! The only Down side was Ditchling Beacon Hill, which averages 9% with a maximum of 16% gradient. Coming only 8-miles from the finish, the riders are already getting tired and this hill is a real tester! If you would like to take part in organised rides, please contact Karl or Mark and join in 😃

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Monday, 09 May 2022 10:06

Bridge for Heroes Cycling

Karl and Mark took part in the 'Beyond Lincolnshire Sportive' on 7th May 22 as part of The Bridge for Heroes Cycling Group.  The ride took them through 62-miles of beautiful Lincolnshire countryside and took them around 5-hours to complete, which included 2-feed stops.  Cycling is an amazing way to help with mental health, anxiety and lonliness and in this month of Mental Health Awareness (and improved weather) is highly recommended to help with both your physical and mentally health.

 

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Karl Anthony, Supported by Mark Howard, took part in the British Heart Foundation's London to Brighton Bike Ride on Sunday 19th June. The 54-mile ride started on Clapham Common at 06:30hrs and finished some 4-hours later on Brighton Pier. The weather was excellent for riding and Karl even had a tail-wind! The only Down side was Ditchling Beacon Hill, which averages 9% with a maximum of 16% gradient. Coming only 8-miles from the finish, the riders are already getting tired and this hill is a real tester! If you would like to take part in organised rides, please contact Karl or Mark and join in 😃

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Monday, 09 May 2022 10:06

Bridge for Heroes Cycling

Karl and Mark took part in the 'Beyond Lincolnshire Sportive' on 7th May 22 as part of The Bridge for Heroes Cycling Group.  The ride took them through 62-miles of beautiful Lincolnshire countryside and took them around 5-hours to complete, which included 2-feed stops.  Cycling is an amazing way to help with mental health, anxiety and lonliness and in this month of Mental Health Awareness (and improved weather) is highly recommended to help with both your physical and mentally health.

 

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