A 100km bike ride between Royal Papworth Hospital, Cambridge and Royal Brompton Hospital, London.
On the 12th April 2020.
On the 14th of April 2017 my life was saved, due to a double lung transplant, and thanks to my donor.
In memory of him, and in an effort to raise money for the two hospitals who have kept me alive both before and after my transplant; Papworth and The Royal Brompton.
To do this, on Sunday 12th of April 2020, I will be undertaking the challenge of cycling between Papworth Hospital (Cambridge) and The Brompton Hospital (London).
The ride, around 70 miles / 100 km, will be a huge challenge both physically and mentally but I hope will raise funds for these charities which are incredibly close to my heart as well as highlighting the huge impact organ donation can have and the importance of people registering their wishes.
Want to get involved?
Please donate if you are able to support in any way at http://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/lungaversaryride
If you’re interested in joining in on the ride please drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org to be included in planning updates on the lead up to the day
Whether you can support or not financially please take 5 minutes to register your wishes (www.organdonation.nhs.uk) and talk them through with your loved ones.
Thank you x
You can also follow me @nowwhatcanieat where more information will follow, or check back here for updates)
*With huge thanks to Townsends Light Blue Cycle Centre who have generously lent me a bike to train on and for the ride
A few bits of coverage about the ride: