Posted 11th June

Abode sponsors bike challenge to raise funds for charity

11th June 2019 - 13:24pm
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Sink and tap manufacturer Abode is sponsoring a bike challenge this summer to raise funds for Alzheimer’s Research UK, with the cause being “close to the hearts of many of the Abode team”, the company said.

Abode will be sponsoring James Osborne and Matt Mooney on their 24-hour bike challenge across the Peak District and is donating £500 to the cause. The duo are aiming to cover 150 miles in the time limit by completing loops of the 2.5 mile Dove Stone Reservoir.

Abode’s logo will feature on the pair’s cycling equipment. “When I heard about the challenge that my personal trainer, James, and his friend had set themselves I knew it was something that the Abode team would be keen to support,” said Abode managing director Darren Holliday.

“Alzheimer’s is a terrible illness that many of us at Abode have felt the impact of personally, with family members having been affected. We’re pleased to be able to support James and Matt and wish them the very best of luck when they set off on 12th July.”


Find out more:

24hourbikeride.com


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