Junair riders help local charity
June 24, 2019
On the 9th June, 2 Junair employees took to their bikes, to complete the Ribble Valley Ride, in aid of local charities. The 100 mile ride saw them pedalling through Barnoldswick, high into the Yorkshire dales before tackling the Kidstone pike ascent which was used in the Tour De France 2014, then on to Newby Moor and Stainforth. The final leg saw them cycling through Settle and West Bradford before returning to Clitheroe. The route was an epic 100 miles long with nearly 2,000m of climbing.
Angus Trenholme – Technical Director for Junair Spraybooths completed the course in 5hrs and 47 minutes. Jamie Duffy, Junairs Production Manager completed the ride in 6hrs and 11 minutes. Angus finished 4th and Jamie came 14th out of a 250 person line up.
The Ribble Valley Ride is organised on an annual basis in aid of local charities, Rosemere Cancer Foundation, Dans Trust and Prostate Cancer UK. In 2018 £10,000 was raised for the worthy causes and this year the cycle ride is set to beat that target.
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