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    Weʼve raised £1,105 to continue the good work done by the Starfish Project and to fund on-going improvements to Ronald McDonald House Birmingham

    Halesowen, UK
    Funded on Sunday, 30th September 2018

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    Starting on July 20th lifelong mates Gary and Jonah are going on the five-thousand-mile motorcycle trip of a lifetime through 8 European countries, France, Belgium, Holland, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Finland and Norway to reach the most northern point on the European Mainland, Nordcapp, which is approx. 300 miles north of the Arctic Circle. The journey home takes them south down the spectacular Norwegian coast road.

    The trip is expected to take nineteen days of hard riding and is being undertaken to highlight the work of local charities "The Starfish Project" and Ronald McDonald House Birmingham.

    This page has been set up so that people can sponsor the pair on their epic journey.

    All the costs of the trip have been covered by Gary and Jonah, so every penny raised will be split equally between these two great causes.



    • Gary Marshall4 months ago
      Gary Marshall

      Gary Marshall

      4 months ago

      The Laerdal tunnel video is live on You Tube here

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    • Gary Marshall4 months ago
      Gary Marshall

      Gary Marshall

      4 months ago

      PS: - Couldn't post the video referred to earlier (Pics only apparently). But the video is on my FB page if you fancy a gander. You might find it here😜👍 Gary

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    • Gary Marshall4 months ago
      Gary Marshall

      Gary Marshall

      4 months ago

      Norway - Tues 31st July Day 15- Leardal Tunnel. The whole 24.5km of it. Simply mind-blowing on a bike. However, if you want to flash through, the fun bits are at: 5 & 10 mins- See the surreal Light bathed tunnel rest areas. 15 mins - We stop in the 3rd rest area for the obligatory selfies. Totally surreal. 23 mins- Out one tunnel, into another. Special thanks today to Simon Wooldridge. Simon, I got your cash donation at the shop today. Thank you. And thank you so much to all those who have donated and supported us on this epic trip. Gary & J.

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    Page last updated on: 9/10/2018 12:54 PM



    • Jonathan M

      Jonathan M

      Sep 10, 2018

      Top result Gary on the awesome V-Strom 1000, imagine the sales of this model as a result!!


    • Lisa Crane

      Lisa Crane

      Aug 16, 2018

      Well done Kev and Gary! What an epic adventure!


    • Jas Singh

      Jas Singh

      Aug 13, 2018

      Well done guys. Enjoyed the photos


    • Craig Parry

      Craig Parry

      Aug 12, 2018

      Well done guys.. You rock!


    • Donna Cox

      Donna Cox

      Aug 8, 2018

      You guys are amazing raising this fund for two fab charities!!! Well done guys you’ve hearts of gold and your brilliant videos and photos of your thrilling adventure to Norway are out this world x


    • Joanne Quigley

      Joanne Quigley

      Aug 8, 2018

      Grest way to raise funds, well done guys xx


    • Dave Brown

      Dave Brown

      Aug 8, 2018

      Nicely done Gary, look forward to hearing all about it. Tracer 900 next time though!


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