30 cyclists take on tough Pyrenees route to raise money for Beat SCAD

30 cyclists take on tough Pyrenees route to raise money for Beat SCAD

30 intrepid cyclists are embarking on an incredibly hard 300-mile ride from Barcelona to Béziers across the Pyrenees on 4-6 May to raise money for Beat SCAD.

The 2018 One Community Charity Cycle ride includes representatives from across the M25 community, including Highways England, Connect Plus, Connect Plus Services.

The cyclists are training hard for this mountainous route where they will be climbing more than 20,000 feet in the first two days, including riding through the Col de Pailhères, a 20km pass averaging a 7% gradient.

Rebecca Breslin, Trustee Chair of Beat SCAD, said: “Good luck to all the cyclists taking on this enormous challenge and many thanks for supporting Beat SCAD.”

Beat SCAD and SCAD patients are very pleased and excited that the charity was chosen and we look forward to hearing about the progress of the cyclists along the route!

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