The auction is now back on and can be found here!
Low start price and no reserve!
Some sad news however, due to personal commitments Sean is no longer joining us so that leaves three…!
Now for the good news: KIWA UK http://www.kiwa.co.uk/ have kindly provided us with a whole heap of cycling gear and even provided us with a support vehicle at great cost so thank you, deeply and truly as you have made this ride possible.
If you have yet to, please take a second to visit our donation page above and send us a few quid!
In the meantime here is a cracking pic taken after a speedy and heart pounding descent into Cheddar Gorge!
Bye for now!
With all proceeds going towards the ride and S.U.D.E.P action there is no better way to bag yourself a price of rare F1 history!
click here to visit our charity auction on Ebay!
Good luck!!! And if you can’t bid this time please share!!]]>
We very excited to welcome Matt Garrod to our Chubb’s Cycle Challenge team. Matt will be our driver for the challenge. As such he will provide a crucial element of ongoing support throughout our ride. Thank you Matt and welcome to the team.
Matt makes a perfect addition to the Chubbscycle team as Lee and I have worked with Matt at The Voice local radio for North Devon. We have valued his commitment and dedication and look forward to working with him on this project too.
Welcome to the team Matt! J
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it’s getting very close
So, here we are in 2014, just 6 months till we set off on what will become a most memorable event. Training is now well under way, though we still have a long way to go, literally and metaphorically.
Preparations are underway to ensure we have everything we need to make this epic ride possible. We still need a van however, so if you have one that you would be wiling to loan to us, or rent to us at a reduced rate, please do get in touch. firstname.lastname@example.org
We are planning to get printed cycling vests ASAP, so if you see any of the Chubbs team out on their bikes, please give us some encouragement along the way.
Finally, if you have not yet donated to SUDEP Action, here is a link to our Just Giving page. Every penny helps, so please do give to this amazing charity if you are at all able to do so.
I can also confirm we have now reached a total of £200 so we are 20% towards our target. Please continue to give generously. Lets see if we can get to 50% by Christmas shall we.
You can give directly from our Just Giving page. http://www.justgiving.com/chubbs-cycle-challenge
You can also donate by Text. Just text CHUB88 and your amount to 70070. EG: CHUB88 £10 (send to 70070)
I am honored to have received a phone call yesterday from SUDEP Action, who have invited me to participate in a SUDEP awareness ‘Think-Tank’ with a few like minded people who are determined to make a difference.
With that in mind, and inspired by talking to local Singer Songwriter Guy W. Stoker who fights tirelessly to raise awareness and understanding of epilepsy, I set about writing my own Acrostic Poem to help raise awareness.
I’m no writer, but I thought, I would like to share it with you. Please feel free to share, so that together we can raise awareness.
SUDEP AWARENES Acrostic – By Roy Grimes
S – Secrecy prevails around this much unspoken word,
U – Unless we make it our intent to get our voices heard.
D – Death and devastation, families torn apart,
E – Experiences no one wants to play upon their heart.
P – Please join with us, lets spread the word with one united shout
A – Awareness, action and understanding, that’s what we’re all about.
W – While personal loss and tragedy has visited our lives
A – All of us have a powerful voice that we’ll never compromise
R – Regardless of our story, our losses and our grief
E – Earnestly we’ll stand up tall, as it is my belief
N – Not one who suffered SUDEP should ever die in vain, so
E – Even those who suffered loss, take comfort in your pain
S – SUDEP Awareness with your help will shortly have its say
S – So with a heart so filled with hope, I wish you peace this day