Ivybridge man’s epic 6,000km cycle ride for Devon Wildlife
Graham Wilson from Ivybridge, South Devon, is set to embark on an epic journey around the North Sea Cycle Route to raise money for the Devon Wildlife Trust.
Graham has been in training and fundraising for the past nine months and this week got a warm send off from staff and volunteers as he set travelled to the start of his epic journey, which according to the Guinness Book of Records is the longest cycle route in the world. It circumnavigates the North Sea coastline visiting numerous wild places along the way.
Graham’s journey begins on Saturday, April 24 from Harwich, and you can follow his exploits on his blog and sponsor him at his challenge website
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