Bernard Hall, Cuddington
By Haddenham Webteam - 20th June 2017 2:15pm
Ten members of the Haddenham Hillbillies cycling group are attempting a tough fundraising ride in the next few days, looking to raise funds for the Chilterns MS Centre in Aylesbury (Charity Registration No. 800853).
They will be cycling 400 miles in 4 days!
Here are the bum-bruising routes:
The brave bunch comprises:
The group is being followed in the support van by an all-female crew:
Helping those who support individuals coping with Multiple Sclerosis has the be a very worthy cause. If you'd like to chip in a few quid, you can add to the Hillbillies' fundraising pot here.
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