A huge well done to all 140 cyclists who took part in the recent Cycle of Hope challenge in aid of North West Cancer Research, cycling a combined total of 6,300 miles.
Brown Turner Ross entered 2 teams into the event which saw each participant cycle either a 60 mile or 60km route which started and finished at Southport Rugby Club.
We’re so proud of Kevin Ross, Abigail Davidson and her friend, Chris Maerevoet, Paul Webley, Richard Kay, Paul Lewis, Mike Gray, Richard Cropper and Callum McCormack who tackled the challenging course through the stunning Lancastrian countryside, raising over £2,300 between them.
Our additional company donation of £8,000 ensured the charity raised £40,000 of much needed funding on the day.
Thank you to everyone who supported our teams, and the other cyclists and all of the money raised will go towards supporting life-saving cancer research and education projects in the North West and North Wales.
Check out the highlights in the video below and if you’ve been inspired to take part then entries for next year’s event are now open. It will take place on the 26th of June and you can register here: