Brixton market trader Stuart Horwood is cycling 100 miles on 31 July for the NSPCC. He is taking part in the Prudential London to Surrey bike ride to achieve a personal goal and to raise money for the NSPCC because they help the most vulnerable members of society. If you want to support Stuart’s efforts, there’s a collecting tin on his watch stall or visit his fundraising page.
Stuart says: “I re-discovered the joy of cycling after being inspired by the 2012 Olympic Games and I’ve commuted daily since June 2013. To ride this classic cycle route has been my ambition for two years and I’m in regular training to make this a reality.
“I aim to cover 100 miles a week on my lovely new bike and be ready take on this challenge in top condition!
“I believe the NSPCC do wonder work for all children, especially children needing help in difficult and distressing situations. I hope you feel the same and will help me reach my goal. Your donation will make a difference to a child in need.”
Stuart’s off on a ‘training break’ to Tenerife where he plans to cycle 2000m up Mount Teide, but when he’s back you can stick your donations in the tin on the stall.