I regret to announce that this year's Charity Ride will not take place due to a lack of sponsors.

You can still donate via GoFundme & JustGiving, should you wish to do so, to help reach the target set back in 2014. 

Thank you for the ongoing support of Allums The Butchers, Altofts/ The Bike Man, Normanton/ Castle Motorcycles, Castleford and BSB Motors, Normanton who have collections tins on display at their Points of Sale.

Kind Regards



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Finally did and completed the ride. Left Normanton 13th and Returned Altofts 20th August. It was much more enjoyable than the 2014 trip because the weather was absolutely brilliant, especially in Scotland. 

I'd like to thank those who contributed to this great cause and the people I met along the way who were so embracing of my efforts.

A special mention to Cliff Burnett who cycled (Yes, I mean on a push bike!) all the way from Land's End to John O'Groat on behalf of blindvet.uk

You can find him on www.justgiving.com and any further contributions to my charity can still be made via www.justgiving.com/pccharityride2014

I have some Prostate Cancer T-shirts for sale at £10 and some badges to give away for every £1 donation. You can check out the details on my pccharityride2014 facebook page.

Pictures also posted on facebook.

Whether I will do another ride next year is debatable but I shall keep you posted. Maybe next time just Normanton to John O'Groats and back to Altofts.

Special thanks to Allums, my local butchers in Altofts , Normanton Tyres - Normanton, Castle Motorcycles - Castleford and Mr Lock & Keys - Normanton, for their collections.

And finally to my sister Edwige from Bristol, who sponsored me.