Thomson Reuters Elite's sales manager Andrew Spicer is cycling 300 miles for World Bicycle Relief

Andrew Spicer is cycling 300-miles in aid of charity from London to Paris to support Elite UK’s chosen charity for 2017, World Bicycle Relief.

Andrew will be joining 20 other keen and intrepid cyclists making the trip, including one from our client, Weightmans Stuart Whittle.

He will be starting from the iconic Herne Hill Velodrome, where the 1948 Olympic cycling events were staged, on 20th July.

On the first day, he will ride through the English countryside to Dover on the south coast.

On the second day, he will cycle from Dunkirk across the Belgian border, to the Menin Gate and War Graves Cemetery at Ypres.

Finally, on the third day, he cycle through northern France to finish in Paris at the foot of the Eiffel Tower.

This is a huge personal challenge and commitment for me in getting Andrew to do this.

Andrew all along with the other riders have each pledged to raise £1,800 or US$2,300.

If you felt able to make a donation to support this great cause and help Stuart and Andrew reach this target, I would be very grateful.

Donations can be made on the following web page (open in Chrome):

Just £95 or US$150 buys a bicycle for a schoolchild or healthcare worker in rural and developing Africa.

And, remember, for everything we donate, Thomson Reuters will make a matching donation.

Andrew Spicer, Thomson Reuters Elite

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