April 27th, 2016
This Friday (29 April), come to Portland from 10am and take on our challenge to ride a mile – or a minute – on our bike faster than our Cycling Stig.
He’s on campus to show his support for Life Cycle 6. He will be joined in the morning by staff member Steve Wright – one of our Life Cycle 6 endurance riders – who will be pushing the pedals to put a good time on our leader board. But can you be quicker? It’s free but be warned – it’s not as easy as it looks!
Life Cycle Miles – your mile for breast cancer research
Steve – and 12 other brave cyclists including our Vice-Chancellor – are all facing the challenge of a lifetime this August, riding over 1,400 miles in just 16 days to help raise £1million for the University’s breast cancer research.
If you know someone whose life has been touched by breast cancer, please tell us something about them on our Life Cycle Miles Facebook group and the team will ride one of their 1,400 miles just for them.
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