Peak has put together a team to cycle from Lands End to John O’Groats. Covering 970 miles this will see the team cover a series of breath-taking highlights from the southern end of Cornwall all the way up to the very top of Scotland.
With just 9 days to complete the ride covering over 100 miles a day, it is by far the toughest challenge they have taken on, not just as team but individually.
The challenge will take place from 4th – 12th September 2021 and we aim to raise £5000.
The 970-mile ride highlights include:
- St Michael’s Mount
- Ride through Cheddar Gorge
- Crossing The Severn Bridge
- Chepstow castle
- Climbing Shap Fell
- Stunning Lake District views
- The Grampian Mountains
- Cairngorms National Park
- Conquering Glenshee and the Lecht Ski Hill
- John O’Groats and views of the Orkneys
The team is a mix of Peak employees & family friends including:
- Paul Ball – Peak MD
- Andy Gray – Manager at Peak Riders and Striders
- Craig Potter – Peak General Manager
- Jonathan Gillie – Headteacher – Peak Education Stoke
- Chris Bond – Assistant Head of Peak Education Stoke
- Ash Ball
- Steven Plant
Between busy work calendars and family commitments, we wish the team all the best with their training schedule and the final event.
The Charity – The Children’s Adventure Farm Trust:
Get behind the team and show your support by giving a donation if you can. Every penny that you give will go directly to The Children’s Adventure Farm Trust and no donation is too small.
The Children’s Adventure Farm Trust, known locally as CAFT is based in Cheshire. With over 360 volunteers they provide free residential holidays and fun day trips for terminally ill, disabled and disadvantaged children from the North West of England and North Wales.
The team are putting the work in. All is asked of you is to support them by donating whatever you can afford. CAFT do some amazing work and every child deserves a holiday.
Donating through JustGiving is simple, fast and totally secure. Your details are safe with JustGiving – they’ll never sell them on or send unwanted emails. Once you donate, they’ll send your money directly to the charity, making it the most efficient way to donate – saving time and cutting costs for the charity.
Good Luck Team Peak!