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NEWS 18th Apr 2018

Ray Fuller will cycle in the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100

Bike 4 Cancer - About Us

Set up by a team of cycling enthusiasts, all of whom have lost a family member or a friend to cancer, Bike 4 Cancer is primarily a provider of days out and short-breaks for British families affected by cancer.

We also make grants to UK based care institutions and support research into the positive effects of exercise (e.g. cycling) and how it can help with cancer prevention and recovery.

On Sunday the 29 July 2018, Ray Fuller will be joining 20,000 cyclists for the RideLondon - Surrey 100 bike ride. Ray will be cycling in aid of Bike 4 Cancer!

The 100-mile course follows the exact route used for the 2012 Olympic Road Race and starts in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park then follows a 100-mile route on closed roads which will be lined with thousands of spectators.

The route will see Ray cycling past famous landmarks as he leaves London before crossing into Surrey's stunning countryside.

With some leg testing climbs along the way, the ride finishes on The Mall in central London.

Commenting on his challenge, Ray said:

"Welcome to my fundraising page. Please help me raise funds for a really worthy cause.

I have tried for some years to ride the Prudential Ride London-Surrey 100. This year, thanks to my friends at Bike 4 Cancer I have been given the opportunity to participate, realise that ambition and at the same time, do some good! It’ll be a tough challenge as I am currently recuperating from major surgery, but it’s not about the time or speed, to finish will be a great achievement and one that I hope will ultimately go some way to helping others. This is an opportunity for me to enjoy a ride and for you to help a charity that is about care, support and respite. I know what that means!

There are many charities competing for your pound but please dig deep to help, wish me luck and support me in this challenge. See what your donations can do and to find out more about Bike 4 Cancer,

Thank you for your generous support."


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Total raised so far


Donors & messages of support


+ £12.50
Gift Aid
Well done, Dad x
From Paul Fuller

The best of luck Ray!
From A L Kyaing


+ £12.50
Gift Aid
Good luck Ray!


+ £12.50
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Good luck Daddy xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
From Miss R L Fuller

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Total raised £192.50 including £37.50 Gift Aid
Gift Aid values are estimated tax reclaimed
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