In 2017, I joined the MAMIL (Middle Aged Men In Lycra) brigade and fully embraced road cycling.
After "enjoying" a number of sportives, both here and abroad, I will be cycling in the Ride London 100, (the biggest cycling event of the year), on Sunday 4th August.
The event provides the perfect opportunity to make a difference. So, I will be riding as part of the twenty strong, World Child Cancer’s Ride 100 2019 team.
We all know people who's lives have been affected by cancer. But when it involves children, it is even more devastating.
I completely support World Child Cancer's belief "that no child, no matter where they are born, should be left to die of a painful illness when they could be cured with relatively simple and affordable treatments".
The reality is that child survival rates in low income countries are as low as 10%, compared to 80% in more developed countries.
World Child Cancer is dedicated to addressing this disparity of cancer care for children across the world.
So please give whatever you can. Every contribution will make a difference to a family’s life.