A team of courageous cyclists from Opcare will be attempting to cycle from the Prosthetic Centre at Freeman Hospital in Newcastle upon Tyne to the Specialised Ability Centre Manchester, NON STOP.
The Opcare cyclists are the following:
Dominic Hannett – Abingdon
Ben Orchard – Oxford
Timothy Howarth – Wolverhampton
Richard Lockley – Manchester
The journey will cover 150 miles nonstop on 24th June 2016. The cyclists will even be tackling the longest nonstop hill in the UK as they approach Manchester – just what you need after 130 miles!
Please dig deep and sponsor the cyclist to help make the effort worthwhile, below is the link to our fundraising page.
The cyclists are raising money for REACH – the UK’s national charity for children with upper limb deficiency who work tirelessly to support children and families across the UK and Ireland.
The cyclist are hoping to complete within 12 hours approx.. thus estimated arrival time at Manchester Centre is 6 pm (They would like as much support there as possible to celebrate their arrival)
Specialised Ability Centre Manchester
Andy Kitchen – Abingdon – will be supporting the team and will be using one of Opcare’s Vans to follow them along the way.