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CYCLE TO
MIPIM 2018


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    06 FEBRUARY 18
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  • Our Director, David de Sosua, is taking part in Cycle to MIPIM 2018 on behalf of AHR. This will be David’s first cycle to MIPIM, having wanted to take part for years.

    The cycle, which will cover 1500km, starts in London on the 8th March and will take riders via Portsmouth and Caen to finally reach Cannes on 13th March just in time for MIPIM.

    This year David is raising funds for Club Peloton with the main grant recipient being Coram. They are the UK's oldest and first children's charity and are committed to improving the lives of the UK's most vulnerable children through adoption, therapies and education.

    David said "I am really looking forward to the 6 day challenge as it will be a step up to what I've done before as I've only really done sportives.

    At the moment I’m trying to balance work with evening sessions on the turbo trainer whilst trying not to wake up the children. All is going well so far and the added incentive of raising money for such a good cause will make everything more worthwhile."

    Looking on Strava and seeing the kilometres already covered this year it seems David's training is well underway.

    To sponsor David and to make a donation to Coram, visit his sponsorship page here

    We wish David all the luck and we are sure our team will have a drink waiting for him on his arrival into Cannes.

    You can keep up to date on David's progress via the AHR twitter page, follow us here.
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