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There are many ways to Cycle to the Moon…

 

 

 

The Lensbury Club’s Lockside Team in Teddington participated in a 5-day Cycle to the Moon fundraiser in early April.

It was one small cycle ride for man, but one giant leap for mankind.

Staff and members took turns on an exercise bike and after hours of peddling, they managed to smash their original fundraising target! Well done to them.

If you like the sound of an indoor cycle-ride, why not do it at your local gym? Set yourself a target, fit it into your usual routine and see how far you can go.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cyclists from Bury Cycle Speedway completed their 26th annual Good Friday charity cycle ride by Cycling to the Moon.

This year, they decided to ride in support of the fight against prostate cancer this year, having signed up for a Cycle to the Moon ride in the great outdoors.

Riders aged 8 to +80 took part, joined later on by further members of the club for the off-road ride around the National Route 6 route.

Neil Howarth, from Bury Cycle Speedway said: “A great time was had by all, despite slightly chilly weather early on and we are proud to support Tackle”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Fun-Ki-Riders, an Ayrshire-based Charity Cycle team, joined the campaign for a bank holiday weekend ride in early May.

They cycled 57 miles across hilly terrain and through less-than-ideal weather conditions, on a ride that saw them cycle from Drumlanrig Castle and back again – all in the space of 4hrs 45mins.

Ken Batty from Fun-Ki-Riders said: “The Fun-Ki-Riders hope that we have helped and that our efforts will assist in raising more awareness for the Tackle Prostate Cancer Charity.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

On Saturday 12th May, the APPLE prostate support group organised a Cycle to the Moon ride at the Fullwell Cross Leisure Centre.

Over the course of their hour-long ride, they managed to cycle over 50 miles, raising more than £300.

APPLE prostate secretary Jane Smith said “The challenge was great fun and it was good to spend time together working as a team.”

She added that “The leisure centre staff were very supportive and encouraging too. We hope joining in and raising money for Tackle’s campaign will help raise awareness about Prostate Cancer. We need to ensure everyone knows the symptoms…this condition is responsive to treatment if detected soon enough.”