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Krishnan Guru-Murthy and the Bike4Good team cycled London to Paris in 24 hours on May 31st

cycling from London to Paris in 24 hours for Duchenne UK because we need to save thousands of lives.

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  • Event: London to Paris in 24 hours, 31 May 2013 to 01 Jun 2013
  • Team: Bike4Good.com

Duchenne UK

We fund medical research into Duchenne to end this disease in ten years

Charity Registration No. 1147094

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On May 31st we cycled from Channel 4 to the Eiffel Tower in 24 hours. It was gruelling, painful and amazing. We raised £220,000 in total but it isn't too late to make a donation here. 

We did it to help find a cure or treatment for a cruel disease called Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. It only affects boys and leads to paralysis within a few years then death in all cases. You can read all about it on the website bike4good.com

Our cycling team consisted of David Abraham, Dan Brooke, Matt Brittin, Matthew Briers, Mike Smith, Sam Wapples, Martin Collett, Ben De Pear, Ben Monro-Davies, Fabrizio Viani, Liam Halligan, Nadeem Khan, Noah Samuels, Luke Alkin, Ed Gretton, Oliver Canning, Harry Davies, Will Pearson, James Gairdner, Alex Matheson, Richard Freely, Nick Crossley, Ben Elliot, Sebastian Lee, Peter Williams, Terry Burns, Martin Collett, Timothy Everest, Mike Ramsden.

 

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