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‘Brits on Bikes’ journey across the pond to cycle 3,000 miles for Enham Trust

‘Brits on Bikes’ journey across the pond to cycle 3,000 miles for Enham Trust


‘Brits on Bikes’ journey across the pond to cycle 3,000 miles for Enham Trust

In a challenge with a difference, 2 keen cyclists are taking to their bikes and pushing themselves to the limit; travelling a whopping 3,000 miles across America to raise funds for leading disability charity Enham Trust.

Ed Lea, brother of Enham Trust resident Izzy, and Sam Macdonald-Smith, are taking on this mammoth journey – cycling from Vancouver to Washington D.C. – unsupported; carrying their own equipment, food, water, and bare essentials to help them along the way.

As Ed and Sam embark on this state-side adventure, disabled resident Izzy will be taking on her own – mimicking her brother’s efforts and cycling 30 miles on an accessible bike.

It is fantastic that Izzy is doing her own cycling challenge supported by her care team at Enham Trust. It makes our cycling efforts seem even more significant – just knowing she is with us in spirit.

- Ed Lea

By completing this unique, transatlantic challenge the trio hope to raise £6,000 for the Trust; supporting over 7,500 disabled and disadvantaged people each year to gain independence, choice, and control in the cornerstone areas of their lives.

If you would like to donate to Ed, Sam, and Izzy’s cycling challenge, please visit: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/BC2DCbritsonbikes

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