There are several Nomads taking part in cycling challenges this summer to raise money for charity. We have collectively helped them on their way to their targets by giving them £50 each from club funds, however any additional donations from Nomad members to any of the very worthy causes that they are supporting would be appreciated by the riders and you can find a full list below. They are all training very hard for their events and we wish them all the best with the ongoing training and the events themselves.
Howard Griffin is riding Le Loop (part of the TdF route) from 30th June to 1st July to raise funds for the William Wates Memorial Trust (disadvantaged young people). To donate to his cause, click here.
Paul Archer is riding the gruelling La Marmotte Grandfondo Alpes on the 8th July to raise funds for Air Ambulance. To donate to his cause click here
Eoghan McHugh is riding the epic JOGLE route (unsupported!) between the 14th and 23rd July to raise funds for Surfers Against Sewage (environmenta protection). To donate, click here
Malcolm Fisher is doing Ride London on the 26th July to raise funds for Martletts Hospital. To donate click here
Joanne Sturgis is doing Ride London on the 26th July to raise funds for Alzheimer’s Society. To donate click here
James Headley is riding from Burgess Hill to Brussels, 20th-22nd Sept to raise funds for SANE (mental health). To donate, click here
Douglas MacTaggart is riding Velo South 100 on the 23rd Sept to raise funds for Cyclists Fighting Cancer. To donate click here
Alex Beyfus has no specific event lined up (although he can regularly be found suffering on the race track), but he is raising funds and awareness for the charity ‘Ride for Charlie’ (encouraging & supporting young off-road cyclists). For more information or to donate, click here