Cyclists complete three-day cycle challenge for EACH

Cyclists have completed the three-day Ride for Life challenge for EACH. Picture: James West/Full Mix

Cyclists have completed the three-day Ride for Life challenge for EACH. Picture: James West/Full Mix Marketing - Credit: Archant

Despite the hot conditions a group of cyclists have completed their 200-mile cycle challenge to raise money for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH).

Cyclists have completed the three-day Ride for Life challenge for EACH. Pictured is participant Alex

Cyclists have completed the three-day Ride for Life challenge for EACH. Pictured is participant Alex Brett. Picture: James West/Full Mix Marketing - Credit: Archant

Ride for Life saw 28 cyclists visit EACH’s three hospices, Ipswich; Milton in Cambridgeshire, and Quidenham, over three day days.

Another three participants completed part of the ride.

Emma Benstead, EACH Norfolk Events Fundraiser, said: “We’d like to say a huge thank you to everyone who took part across the three days. It really was a phenomenal effort and I believe everyone really enjoyed the event.”

The group set off from Johnston Logistics UK, the event’s sponsors, in Snetterton on Friday and arrived back where they started on Sunday afternoon.

Cyclists have completed the three-day Ride for Life challenge for EACH. Picture: James West/Full Mix

Cyclists have completed the three-day Ride for Life challenge for EACH. Picture: James West/Full Mix Marketing - Credit: Archant


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All money raised will help EACH to continue providing care and support for children and young people with life-threatening conditions across the region.

Cyclists have completed the three-day Ride for Life challenge for EACH. Picture: James West/Full Mix

Cyclists have completed the three-day Ride for Life challenge for EACH. Picture: James West/Full Mix Marketing - Credit: Archant

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