Local cyclist Mark Nicholas who underwent a stem-cell transplant to beat leukaemia, approached Tollbar Warwick to help raise £14,000 for Cure Leukaemia. After undergoing life-saving treatment he was now taking on a London to Paris cycle challenge to raise money for the charity which helped him make it through.
The 500km London to Paris cycle challenge took place from 20 - 24th September 2018 and Tollbar Warwick were proud to have their logo displayed on the team’s bespoke cycling jersey.
Conditions were very challenging for the cyclists over the four days, but they all prevailed to make their glorious arrival into the heart of Paris in the shadow of the Eiffel Tower. The event is set to raise over £100,000 for Cure Leukaemia.
Cure Leukaemia was established in 2003 by Professor Charlie Craddock CBE and patients Graham Silk and Michael Woolley to allow patients with blood cancer in the West Midlands to access effective new treatments.