Hope your sat with you feet up (or on the desk!) with a good brew in your hand and revelling in your glory from Saturday. You were one of nearly 1000 riders flying through the Test Valley lanes in memory of Nelson Pratt and raising crucial funds for CALM, we can’t thank you enough for making the event such an incredible day – a massive massive high five to you!
There will be a full wrap up in next few days but for now here are your rider times from the day, and a link to the photographers who were out taking pics on course – these photos will be live from tonight.
Rider times provided by Results Base:
Action photos from the day:
Early indications on the ababacas looks like we may have raised £30k upwards but we’ll know more over next few days when pennies get counted.
There were some truly incredible fund-raising stories, from Neil McNair and Kenny Craig’s (pic on home page) epic mission riding France, over 1400km in 10 days which raised £5000, to Max Golding the 8 year old who flew round the 25mile ride raising a £1000 pounds and Jonno Wood, Paul Vines, Mark Kent and Jonny Russel who rode all 3 rides clocking in 180 miles! Bonkers.
If you need to get in touch about anything at all in the meantime just give us a shout.
Keep your eyes peeled for update and round very soon.
OUR AMAZING PARTNERS
We have to say a MASSIVE thank you to all the partners and sponsors that help make this event happen, without them nothing would be possible. VANS Footwear, Langdowns DFK Chartered Accountants, Knight Frank, Harry Lodge from Halo Sports and Andy Cook Cycling.
Plus a massive thanks to the Pratt Family (especially Nelson’s Mum who bakes a 1000 brownies!), the amazing Bowtell’s caterers, Medi-Bike and Ricky Hill on his bike, Stockbridge Oesteopathic Practice, Gary Harris Bike Mechanics, Results Base, the Army guys for running the bar, Dale Stiling for another awesome jersey design, Olympic snowboarders Jenny Jones and all the amazing friends and volunteers who make the event happen. An amazing crew of people.
Without our trusty volunteers we wouldn’t have a hope of pulling this event off. From the registration staff, CALM helpers, the feed station crews, Rod and Bill on the farm, to all the people who helped bake food and hand out goodie bags.