Good cause - best of luck
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I did a similair ride wi a couple of friends from london to paris for the stroke association, brilliant laugh. It was in a big organised group with guides and support. The cycling part is sound, you don't have to rush (unless you want to). I went in the slowest group and rode all day looking at the quality landscape and quaint little villages you ride through while the super fast roadies finished the days riding in a few hours then sat looking at their hotel rooms for the rest of the day.
Fundraising wise we did a charity market stall with loads of clothes and jumble on it, sold everything for 50p an item and made £500 in about 5 hours. Asking family and friends for sponsorship got a bit annoying, for all involved i'm sure! The fund raising is the hardest part as far as i was concerned.
Good luck Mrs Yeti and above all else, enjoy it.
As an added plus if she gets a load of donations I'll ban myself from STWGiven how long you held out for last time I don't expect this avenue to raise much money
Thought I should sign up and say THANK YOU after receiving so many emails about random donations!!
Thanks for the supportive comments, unlike "Mr Yeti" I will do the ride preggers or not preggers.
Oh and I will update the just giving page tomorrow
Excuse the quick message I'm trying to drive
He said he'd do it even if he was preggers again
Some of you appear to have forgotten to donate? You could consider a donation as insurance?
The last time I donated, I got my heart broken....
*ninja glances at Dave*
C'mon Jamie... she'll deliver!
I don't think that's her though ^^^
I'll sponsor her on your behalf Jamie when she sorts her page out, hopefully she won't get a crippling calf injury and carry around the disappointment of hundreds for years to come......
iDave... I have every faith that she'll do it calf injury or not!
Now, as people have had a little to drink... why not donate? I'll get her to post a picture in her lycra...
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