Academy cyclists go the extra mile for charity

Academy cyclists go the extra mile for charity

During one of the hottest days of this summer, a group of 10 cyclists from Garstang Academy set off to cover what they thought would be 222 miles of the Trans Pennine Trail, a cross country cycling route from Southport to Hornsea on the Yorkshire coast to raise funds for Help for Heroes.

Top Of The Trail

The trip was a great success, with the riders performing like a well-oiled machine along the narrow cycle paths, peddling along like determined shoal of salmon heading up stream to their destination. After a trip of 246 miles, the team were still singing songs from the recent ‘We Will Rock You’ show at school, a fact that is credit to their effort and enthusiasm.

They are hoping to raise over £3,000 for H4H which is incredible!


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