Staff at UK stainless steel manufacturer Pland Stainless – which is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year – are taking part in a 100-mile cycle relay to raise funds for the Motor Neurone Disease Association (MNDA).
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The team are cycling the Harrogate 8.7-mile section of the current Yorkshire UCI Road World Championship Cycle Race, Pland said, with production manager Alison Harling kicking the challenge off on the morning of 24th September.
The last cyclist, managing director Steve Duree, is set to complete the event in the evening. The bike – a static bike linked to virtual reality track Zwift – has been set up in Pland’s Leeds office so the team can cycle the exact same course as the UCI Road World Championship Cycle Race.