Cyclist tackles virtual Tour de France for mental health

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Cyclist tackles virtual Tour de France for mental health

One experienced cyclist is tackling the entire Tour de France virtually.


Rob Stephenson, who has bi-polar disorder, aims to raise awarness about mental health while cycling 3,329 kilometers on a static bike. 


He invites cyclist all over London to join him in his effort to normalize discussions around mental health.


To donate to the cause, or find out where Stephenson will be next visit their website at

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