Charity cyclists take a break in Whittlesey before heading off to Scarborugh
CYCLISTS on a sponsored ride using a trandem - a bike for three - along with two tandems, called in at Whittlesey for an overnight stop.
The Rotary Random Riders were travelling 216 miles from Hitchin to Scarborough, raising money for the National Autistic Society, the Prostate Cancer Charity, and Keech Children’s Hospice.
The saddle sore riders spent the evening with members of Whittlesey Rotary Club; and in the morning were waved off by the Mayor of Whittlesey, Kay Mayor and Rotary Club members.
To sponsor the cyclists, see www.justgiving.com/rotaryrandomriders
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