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Moped Express Way Army - Ride in aid of Renal Cancer Research page

Riding 50cc mopeds between Lands end and London for Kidney Cancer UK because we want to help fund research to find a cure

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  • In memory of: Pat .
  • Event: Moped Express Way Army Ride in aid of Renal Cancer Research

Kidney Cancer UK

We inform and educate about kidney cancer to reduce the harm caused by the disease.

Charity Registration No. 1089119

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We are a band of mostly mad bikers normally encountered riding superbikes around the South of England. However, we are downsizing and will be found during the middle of August on a mopedathon. Riding old 50cc mopeds (slowly) that have been put together for the adventure along the coast roads between Lands End and London. Taking us roughly 6 days.

We are taking on the challenge to raise funds for Renal cancer research. Sylvio, who is riding with us. Sadly, lost his brother Pat to renal cancer last year so this event is also in memory of Pat and to raise what ever we can to fund research to help find an effecive treatment to cure this illness.

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Many thanks in anticipation of a donation.



The crew conists of: 

Paul King of AirConTechnical.com as Transport support recovery vehicle.
Silvio vitaro Honda express rider chief mechanic
Andy Valentino - 2nd mechanic Honda express rider
Mark Blackburn - Honda runaway rider. Head of fundraising and expo
Daren Kew - Honda express rider. Head of security
Jim Lawerence - Honda runaway rider. Chief Navigator
Philip Thomas Honda express rider
DJ Brandon block Honda express rider




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