Anil has completed the Tower 2 Tower challenge, covering a massive 550 miles in 7 days of cycling. “It was tough and hard but worth all the pain thanks to all the people who have sponsored,” says Anil.
You can see how happy Anil is in the video below (you can find him at the 2:45 mark):
Day 3 of the Tower 2 Tower challenge is complete, and the boys have cycled just 56 miles, bringing the grand total to 258 miles. The boys cycled from Milton Keynes to Wembley Stadium together with other Wickes employees.
This was the last leg of the cycle for Rakesh, who completed his ride from Blackpool Tower to Wembley Stadium alongside Anil.
Rakesh and Anil completed Day 2 of the Tower 2 Tower challenge, covering 88 miles, and ending at the Wickes Milton Keynes Store. Anil may have been a little too enthusiastic when arriving at Milton Keynes…
With just over 200 miles covered so far, they’re almost half-way to the Eiffel Tower.
16th June 2014: Starting out at Blackpool Tower at 6am, Anil and Rakesh start the first day with a 50 mile cycle to Warrington. At this point, Anil had to visit a local Halfords to fix a loose spoke on his bike (which was repaired for free!)
June 15th 2014: Rakesh and Anil take the train up to Blackpool to start the first leg of their 550 mile journey to the Eiffel Tower. The guys have to get up at 4am to start their first of seven days to Paris.
Anil, along with other participants is attempting the Tower 2 Tower challenge to raise money for Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research. Starting on Monday, 16th June 2014, Anil will cycle 550 miles from Blackpool Tower to the Eiffel Tower, over a 7 day period.
Congratulations to both Anil and Suraj for completing the last leg of their London to Paris cycle ride. It also looks like Anil has his engagement to celebrate, but unfortunately we don’t know who the mysterious girl is… Hopefully, it’s not Suraj…
It’s day three and the boys have finished a 63 mile cycle. This time last year, the boys were setting off on one of their most memorable cycling adventures ever – the Himalayan cycle ride to raise money for Leukaemia Research.
Day Two was hard for the boys, as the pair were still recovering from yesterday’s tough cycle. Suraj and Anil completed 71 miles today and managed to get themselves a decent tan on the way too (sorry, no photos to prove it, though).
“Would be lying if I said it was easy as we are still recovering from yesterdays hard ride,” says Anil.