With the London 2012 Olympics having been and gone, the London to Amsterdam team have been totally inspired to go out and ride their hearts out in September. Whilst the team has still not been able to train all together they have been putting the miles in, even on their own whilst traveling. This bringRead more about L2A 2012 LAST Olympic Update[…]
With the fastest man on earth Usain Bolt winning back to back Olympics at both 100 and 200 metres, I feel the time is right to introduce you to the sprinters of the L2A team. Having both played Football and Hockey semi professionally these two are both experienced athletes. In the blue corner we haveRead more about L2A 2012 Olympic Update 4[…]
So I’d like to introduce you to Matthew and Catie Blundell who are also taking part in the London to Amsterdam 2012 cycle ride for the Berkshire Cancer Centre. Re-charged after taking their family to the Olympic park on Saturday and seeing team GB climb still further up the medals table to 3rd. Clearly competitive,Read more about L2A 2012 Olympic Update 3[…]
This is what one of the riders John Nicklin is doing in his preparation for the cycle ride for The Berkshire Cancer Centre. John Nicklin one of the un-sung hero’s of Team GB’s cycling squad decided to support the GB team at Wimbledon this week and had an immediate effect of the team’s medals tally. Upon leaving SW19 theRead more about L2A 2012 Olympic Update 2[…]
Go Girls Go! Well done Lizzie Armitstead and Rebecca Adlington for getting Team GB off to a great start with silver and bronze medals. Commiserations to Mark Cavendish and the men’s team who were supported by some of the London to Amsterdam crew. The team decided to put an extra training ride in their scheduleRead more about London to Amsterdam – Olympic Update[…]
Dave Webster, Director of Webster Consulting, and ten other die-hard endurance competitors have decided to cycle from London to Amsterdam in September 2012 to raise funds for the Berkshire Cancer Centre Fund. The idea was conceived well before Tour de France 2012 winner Bradley Wiggins started his superb race. The idea was muted after three of this years riders had just completed their London to Paris ride.
The team will be updating a progress on route blog like last year whilst on route however if you would like to read a summary, courtesy of support driver Nathan Porter as to what happened last year read on…
Starring – John Nicklin (Credit Card), Mark Overdown (Womble), Dave Webster (BetYa), Nathan Porter (Brummie), Tracey Porter (Saint).
A dark cold 5am in Reading, the mobile rings. “where’s No.25 then ?” I have no idea as I live at 24 ! As I look out of the window I spy a lone car in the mist cruising up and down my road, BetYa has been to my house many times…. A fine start I thought to myself, how on earth will he find Paris!