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2 Lazy 2 Run? We’re Biking it for Blood Cancer!

By Andi M Skilton, on 29 August 2014

 

2 Lazy 2 Run Cycling Club

2 Lazy 2 Run CC (left to right): Paul Waldron, Peter Gardner, Sander Smith, Katlyn Green, Manjit Mehat, Matteo Rizzi and Sophia-Martha kleine Holthaus

On Sunday 31 August a group of not so elite athletes from the Gene and Cell Therapy group will be taking part in the London Bikeathon 2014 to raise funds for Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research.

The 2 Lazy 2 Run CC will be cycling 52 miles – that’s more than a marathon, no mean feet given that many of them haven’t cycled for some time. No wonder they’re not running!

The money raised will go towards supporting Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research who are the UK’s leading charity dedicated to improving the lives of patients with all types of blood cancer including leukaemia, lymphoma and myeloma.

Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research first started research into blood cancers in 1960 and your support means they can continue their ground-breaking research, which benefits patients today – and in the future.

If you would like to support 2 Lazy 2 Run CC then please visit their fundraising page below and donate as little or as much as you wish:

You can also find out more about Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research on their website:

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