Showing posts from September, 2021

Shhh….the backstreets of Anguillara Sabazia. #nofilter #anguillarasabazia #italy

The end of summer blues..

Sunset, Anguillara #nofilter #anguillarasabazia #italy

Late summer afternoons….

Happy as Freddie….

Le Cure 2021 - 4 days, 347km, 8762 metres of climbing, £174K and counting raised to fight cancer this year, thanks to you. This was my 4th year riding Le Cure, and at the same time raising money for cancer research. Sadly overshadowed this year by the tragic death of one of our friends whilst riding. Every penny raised goes directly to the research unit, there are no administrative fees, the event is fully supported by volunteers and I paid all my costs myself (including the many massages I needed!) A huge thank you for helping, it really does mean a lot to me. Cycling Le Cure is hard work, but worth it to thanks to your donation. For anyone who wants to read more about Le Cure and it’s work, you can do so here: @lecuredefrance #lecurecycling #cancersucks

Sorry for the delay in posting pics from this year’s Le Cure. Thank you so much for all the messages of support and sponsorship over the last week. It has hugely helped in what was, for many reasons, the toughest Le Cure yet. As some of you may have heard, a road traffic accident led to the death of one the Curistas on what was his 5th Le Cure. It is one that has left the Le Cure family more determined than ever to continue riding and raising money to help fund research to cure cancer and save lives. I passed my target of £2000 but know there are still friends out there who have said they would like to donate, so please hit the link below and give generously to this amazing charity which is doing such brilliant work. I know the link says I’ve raised less than £2000, but some people sponsored me directly rather than through the link below. Everything raised goes directly to the charity and there are no administrative overheads, it is all run by volunteers. The website will give you more info about the research being funded.

@royalmarsden We are deeply saddened to share the news that Richard Viney, an experienced cyclist with Le Cure, which raises funds for breast cancer research at The Royal Marsden, has tragically died in a road traffic accident in France whilst completing his fifth year as a Curista. Our thoughts are with Richard’s family, friends and fellow cyclists at this difficult time and we are incredibly grateful to Richard for his support for the Charity over the years. For the full statement from Le Cure please visit Posted @withregram