A wheely good cause

After a lifetime of apathy, Air Cargo News contributor Chris Lewis is finally getting off the couch and onto his bike in a good cause.
The 100km Liverpool Nightrider event takes place on the night of July 15/16 and he will be completing it in aid of the Royal Marsden hospital, whose dedicated staff do incredible work in curing and treating cancer in London and the south-east.
The ride consists of a loop on the Wirral and another through Liverpool, taking departing from the city centre at about 11pm and including a transit of the Mersey Tunnel. The whole circuit is about 100 km long and the Nightrider website warns that there are unlit sections in the Wirral — so anything could happen.
Any contributions, small or large gratefully accepted. Click here to sponsor Chris.

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