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FEET FIRST WORLDWIDE CHARITY RIDE

Discussion in 'General Issues and Discussion Forum' started by G Flanagan, Jul 13, 2012.

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  1. G Flanagan

    G Flanagan Active Member


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    Hi everyone. I know a number of you are familiar with Steve Mannion's (Ortho Surgeon) charity. For those of you that are not the link is here;
    http://www.feetfirstworldwide.com

    Myself and a friend are cycling from the Eiffel Tower to Blackpool Tower (555 miles) over 6 days in aid of the charity on 24th August.

    For those of you who are willing to show your support for the charity (and my chafing thighs) please visit our page http://www.justgiving.com/georgeandrobt2t

    Your support would be greatly appreciated

    Cheers,

    George
     
  2. Nice work fella.
     
  3. Ping.
     
  4. G Flanagan

    G Flanagan Active Member

    Thank you to Simon, Bel and Max your generosity is very much appreciated. We are setting off on the 24th of this month and will keep you updated. My waistline is yet to mimic Wiggins but I'm sure I'll be fine.

    Cheers,

    George
     
  5. blinda

    blinda MVP

    Please DO keep us updated; a close pod friend of mine had to be airlifted to hospital (head injury, etc) during an adventurous cycle ride yesterday....BE CAREFUL!
     
  6. G Flanagan

    G Flanagan Active Member

    Once again thank you to all those who donated. We make our way to Paris tomorrow and start the ride back on Saturday morning, updates and photos will follow

    Cheers, :drinks

    George
     
  7. Remember to pack your vaseline.;)
     
  8. G Flanagan

    G Flanagan Active Member

    Hi everyone, well we made it back in pain but safe. We got back last Thursday, I've had a few days relaxation following.

    I shall upload some photos soon.

    Thanks again to all those who donated

    George
     
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