Graham's extreme cycle challenge
now in full swing

19.08.2016

Graham Brain's daring 1,500 mile cycle from John O'Groats to Land's End to raise money for road safety is now well underway.
The 62-year-old set off on the ambitious 35-day challenge at 9am this morning braving the difficult misty conditions in the Scottish highlands.
He will cycle an average of 50 miles a day over the coming weeks to raise vital funds for the road safety charity Brake.
If the challenge wasn't gruelling enough, Graham will be calling at 10 extreme geographical points along his route.
He will call at locations such as Ardnamurchan Lighthouse, the most westerly point in ther UK; Whalley, the most central point; Holme Fen, the lowest point and he will even climb up Ben Nevis, the highest point in the UK.
Graham has spent 24 years working for Serco in the road traffic enforcement market and has decided that he would now like to make his own personal contribution to road safety.
Road Safety Support has been assisting Graham in the run up to the challenge and will be helping to keep him safe throughout the tour.
Please show your support for Graham's challenge by sponsoring him. Click here to go to his Just Giving page. 
For further information about the charity cycle go to the challenge website.

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