Demelza 101 Blog
Stephen Gallagher, Richard Harrison and Adrian Hollamby are about to set off on their bikes to Paris to raise money for Demelza Hospice. This blog will keep you updated on their progress as they cycle 286 miles over 5 days from Sittingbourne to Paris.
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Thank you to everyone who has supported them so far.
And afterwards ...!
Thanks to all of you that have truly supported us on route - the comments and feedback have really helped us get through it all- signing out now as we are getting bladdered!
Paris done - 05.00am
Sunday morning breakfast
Day 4 - they made it to Paris!
One for KB!
JK remember this moment?!!
Coffee time with a bit of cake!
Shane's found a new room mate!
Two miles to go - beer o'clock! 94 miles to go and counting!
Day 3 - breakfast
Breakfast is served :(
Day 2 - the evening
Day 2 done and they are off to the pub!
It is all going a bit wrong!
90 miles tomorrow and our Yellow Jersey is on the shots!
Day 2 - afternoon
Yoga at afternoon tea!
First sign of history
Day 2 - so far
Look at the fantastic seven! Ladies, I'm sure your legs have gone weak at the knees!
Action shot #lost
Action shot - golden shower from Hollamby!
Still looking for SG ...
Breakfast at the top of the hill - there are other people around honest! Keeping up with yellow jersey Hollamby!
Scenic view - apart from the Hollamby
Day 1 done and it has to have been the worst cycling weather on record! Now for a couple of pints!
3pm Wednesday Afternoon tea with a pint of Curious Brew
Shane's athletic stretching routine at lunch.
Proof there are others on the bike ride as well!
11.20am on Wednesday
It is cold, wet and windy - but they are the first to the lunch stop. Hopefully they won't peak too soon!
11am on Wednesday
18 miles done - they have reached Egerton
They have even received a good luck message from This Morning and Good Morning Britain! https://youtu.be/I6z-XsV9q_Q
Getting ready for the off!
They seem to have gained a new team member!