Allan is taking part in The Legal & General Real Assets Cycle to MIPIM 2017 which is raising funds for Club Peloton
"Dear Colleagues and Friends
I am delighted to be participating in the Legal & General Real Assets Cycle to MIPIM 2017. For six days in March I will be joining over 160 other riders in this year’s epic journey: a 1500km, six-day charity cycle from London to Cannes ahead of MIPIM, the annual international property conference. Several days of the ride will see some of us covering more than 300km, with everyone completing at least 100km on each of these days.
I will be the sole representative from Team Conisbee. I am aiming to cover all 1500km of the ride and have committed to raising £3,000 for charity.
The main beneficiary will be Coram, the UK’s oldest children’s charity, which finds adoptive families for some of the nation’s most vulnerable children.
Please join me in supporting some fantastic charities. However you choose to donate, all funds will go towards my £3,000 goal.
Any donations will help me through the many hours of training I’m undertaking and will make the inevitable suffering along the way worthwhile.
Those who know me will know that I enjoy racking up a few miles on the bike….…..but this is by far my biggest challenge to date.
Thanks for your support!
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