Raising £50,000 on two wheels

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Raising £50,000 on two wheels

Phil Jones, managing director of Brother UK, and James Golding, holder of the world record for the furthest distance cycled in seven days, have cycled the entire 1,136km route one day ahead of the elite professionals to raise money for the Dave Rayner Fund, a trust set up to help promising riders fulfil their potential as professional cyclists. James Golding not only holds a world record but has also taken on many challenges to raise millions of pounds for charities including Macmillan Cancer Support, after twice beating cancer himself. The Dave Rayner Fund was set up in 1995 in memory of former English professional cyclist Dave Rayner, and has supported over 250 riders since then, including David Millar (retired), Charly Wegelius (retired), Hannah Barnes (Canyon SRAM), Tao Geoghegan Hart (Team Sky), Abby Mae Parkinson (Drops Cycling), Ian Stannard (Team Sky), Dan McLay (EF Education First -Drapac), Dan Martin (UAE Team Emirates) and Adam Yates (Mitchelton-Scott).

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