In the first week of December, to recognise Childhood Cancer Awareness month I will become a Cycling Santa, and face a feat of festive endurance.
Cycling 800 miles across Britain to visit children with neuroblastoma, an aggressive childhood cancer, we will be braving the elements to deliver presents and festive cheer.
I believe no person, trying to combat cancer should have to do so alone, no family dealing with this illness should struggle by themselves, those of us who can stand up and do something about it should be strong and do what we can! Show your support for the Neuroblastoma Children’s Cancer Alliance UK and donate today. You can help beat childhood cancer.
Check out my blog for an update of what I'm doing at the moment http://www.paul-christie.co.uk/
So far in 2013 I have completed these events!
13 April - 86 mile New Forest Sportive
19 May - Fareham sprint distance Triathlon
01 Jun - the Outlaw half ironman
30 Jun - Eastleigh Open Water sprint distance Triathlon
14th July - The British London 10km run
20 July - NCCA Cycle-athlon - 6 hours of non staop cycling
03 August - The Eirias half ironman Triathlon
8 September - Challenge Henley Ironman distance Triathlon
And still to come I will be finishing the year with a Bang, cycling over 800 miles across Britain - www.cyclingsantas.co.uk