Hooray It's Friday 29/05/15
Our Juniors had an absolute blast and Klaus writes:
Weekend was bees knees, hike was great, about 20km up to the summit via the ridge on a beautiful day with great views. 2nd day zipping over mountains, moors and disused slate mines at speeds up to 70 miles an hour the highlight for many of the juniors but the white water rafting a very close second. Trip finished with a 60k cycle where one of Huwy’s trademark tumbles was probably beaten into 2nd place by Ollies ditto. Everyone in one piece and huge smiles all over!
Brilliant weekend, many thanks to Klaus for arranging huge congrats to our young climbers, cyclists, white water rafters & 70 mph zip wire nutters!!!!
Mike & Liam have completed 4 ‘ mudders ‘ over the last month!
Final mudder was in Stockholm and Mike writes:
Yep all done now...
This run was only 8km but possibly the toughest of the lot. Most of that 8km seemed to be monkey bars! Lovely place though, great fun and the Mud Bros is over (for this year). Already got people's names in the hat to do it again next year...
Also we have got to do the rounds still but we are very close to the £1500 target we set at the beginning. Hopefully once all offline donations are added we will pass it.
Thanks for giving us the opportunity of doing our small bit for O2e. Brilliant cause and concept.
Many thanks Mike & Liam for all your support and joining the O2e team-great challenges and fundraising and I’m sure some brilliant memories over the last few weeks-love the slide photo!!
Rafe will need to be surgically removed from his bike after his challenge!!
"Have now completed three qualifiers; 200km, 300km and 400km. The 400km actually came out as 415km/258miles which is a very long way non-stop on a bicycle. The first section was pretty flat but featured very strong headwinds which I had to push through alone being a solo rider. As the night came the winds dropped, but so did the temperature (down to 1 degree). I was very grateful to see the sun rise and eventually get some warmth, but not just from the sun, the route had saved all the hills until the end! Next up is a 600km - from Old Windsor to Chester... and back again."
Superb effort matey-keep in there!!
Big Kev’s Ride 2015 'Waterlo2e'
Need To Confirm Hotels, Dont Miss Out !!!
2015 Bike Ride 16th - 20th September
Fancy a challenge & facing your Waterlo2e ?
This year’s big bike ride takes us back to Northern France for an epic challenge taking in some of the most historic battle sites in Europe during notable anniversaries.
300 miles over 3 days or 200 miles over 2 days, the choice is yours.
Have a great weekend,