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Adrian's '100 miles without folding' cycle ride - August 2014

cycling 100 miles on a folding bicycle for Population Matters because we need to reduce our global population.

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  • Event: Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 2014, 10 Aug 2014

Population Matters

We promote smaller families to make the world a better place

Charity Registration No. 1114109

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Hello everyone,

This summer, I will be cycling 100 miles in the Prudential Ride-London cycling event. The ride starts in Central London and heads out on closed roads to the Surrey Hills, before looping back towards London and finishing at the Mall.

I'm going to cycle the 100 miles on a folding bicycle, an airnimal chameleon to be exact. I'm raising money in support of the charity 'Population Matters', which works to 'raise awareness of the cost to humanity and other species of unsustainable human numbers and promotes smaller families as part of a sustainable future'. I think it's an extremely important issue, so please donate if you can.

I thought a folding bicycle would be an interesting choice of bike, as on first glance, it seems a mad, impossible idea, but in fact is perfectly feasible with a little effort, just like reducing our global population.

I should be visible on the day, as I'll be on a folder with a sign saying '100 miles without folding', along with the Population Matters logo. Wish me luck! :-)

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