Bowel cancer UK's vision is that by 2050 nobody will die from bowel cancer

I want to help them achieve that goal.
My mum was diagnosed with stage 4 bowel cancer, which had spread to her lungs and liver. I was devastated. I took up cycling at 46 and planned my first cycle ride to raise money and awareness for Beating Bowel Cancer. Sadly mum passed away before my first ride. Here's the Radio interview she did just before she died. Please make a donation via donation page and pass it on via social media sites. Don't be shy every bit helps.
My first ride was in 2013, I cycled JOGLE, two years later I completed LEJOG. This raised over £8,000 for the charity. A persistent bad back and knee has kept me off the bike for a few years...but I'm not giving up! As you'll know if you've read my previous blogs ... I love a plan. This is the start of my next fund raising trip which will be Northern to Southern France, starting at St Malo finishing in Nice .... err via Mont Ventoux.. a small hill near the end, ok it's a mountain 14 miles long!  And I'll now be riding an ICE Trike, continuing to raise money and awareness for Bowel Cancer UK in memory of my mum. On this site I'll talk about the Trike and how I get on with switching from 2 to 3 wheels, equipment , training and also the Bowel Cancer UK Charity. So watch this space...