July 27, 2017
Our fundraisers of the week are Clive and Gina, who are taking part in the Prudential RideLondon 100 event for us this Sunday.
Talking about their reasons for supporting us, Clive said: “My step-daughter has just been diagnosed with CFS and we would like to contribute to research and advice for this charity. We know we are likely to have a long road to go, but see this as a positive step in helping others – and ourselves.”
We’d like to wish good luck to Clive and Gina, along with our other riders Matt Driver and Anwen Evans.
The RideLondon route starts in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, follows a 100-mile route on closed roads through the capital and into Surrey’s stunning countryside before heading back to central London and finishing on The Mall.
If you wanted to take part this year but missed out on a place, don’t worry - Action for M.E. has places available for the 2018 RideLondon 100. You can put your name down for a place online now.
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