Simon sets himself challenges for cancer charity
PUBLISHED: 12:00 17 June 2018 | UPDATED: 14:02 18 June 2018
A Clevedon man is setting himself a series of challenges to raise money for charity.
Simon Windmill, aged 35, decided he wanted to spend 2018 improving his fitness and doing something for a good cause.
He chose Bike 4 Cancer, which provides respite days and short-breaks for families affected by cancer.
He started his challenges by cycling the equivalent of 100 miles on a static bike in Sainsbury’s, in Hill Road, taking him six hours.
His girlfriend, Sarah Hoare, helped by giving out balloon animals and stickers.
Simon will be taking on a 100-mile journey through London in July, and will be on Clevedon Pier on June 23 at 11am, taking on another gruelling six-hour ride on an exercise bike.
He said: “I’ve got a massive sense of pride and achievement to be doing something worthwhile.”
To follow Simon’s challenges, visit www.fitteradventures.com
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