Matthew is taking part in The Legal & General Cycle to MIPIM 2016 which is raising funds for Club Peloton
"I am taking part in the The Legal and general Cycle to MIPIM 2016 on behalf of Make architects to raise vital and much needed funds for the children's charity Coram. Make is an award-winning international architectural practice with a reputation for challenging convention and pursuing design excellence.
I have a blog called buggonabike which I started to increase awareness of my cycling for charity; please check in there and have a look at what I am up to;
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