trio to cycle length of Britain for charity
intrepid Burnham-On-Sea cyclists are in training to pedal their
way from Land's End to John O'Groats next month.
Rogers, Kevin Crenol and Jason Emmett are hoping to complete the
1,000 mile fundraising ride in just seven days.
will begin their journey from Lands End in Cornwall on July
3rd and are aiming to reach John OGroats, famous as mainland
Britains most northerly point, by July 10th.
be cycling 150 miles each day, so it will be pretty intensive,
but it's something we've all wanted to do for some time and we're
really looking forward to it," Martin told Burnham-On-Sea.com.
who is also in training to take part in this autumn's World Duathlon
Championships, added: "We've not attempted a cycle ride as
long as this before, but all three of us run triathlons and are
athletic. We've been in training for several months and still
have lots more to do over the next few weeks."
Jason and Kevin will each be raising funds for three different
good causes - St Margaret's Hospice, Weston Hospice and Make A
sponsor them, drop in to Burnham Swim and Sports Academy in Berrow
Road and ask for Martin, who has the sponsorship forms.
support vehicle loaned to them by Middlemoor Water Park will follow
them along the route. It will be driven by supporter Allan Pendleton.
will be following the trio's trip over the next few weeks.