Jamie Chadwick, one of Britain’s most successful racing drivers and Charity Ambassador is taking on the Chadwick Cycle Challenge in aid of Hope for Tomorrow’s Urgent Appeal.
On Monday 4th May Jamie is going to be cycling 100 miles non-stop indoors which will most likely involve spending about 6 gruelling hours on a bike! Jamie has for a long time wanted to tick off her first ‘century’ (100 miles) on a bike and thought this would be the perfect time to do it. Training for Jamie and the launch of the fundraising campaign started on Monday 20th April with a live launch on social media.
“Hope for Tomorrow is a charity close to my heart, and one that I have been supporting since I started racing. What the charity does is unique and special – it innovated the provision of mobile chemotherapy – using vehicles specially converted to Mobile Cancer Care Units by Mercedes, and with dedicated staffing to support the NHS Trusts.
This is vital at this moment, and they are in desperate need of funding to keep their services operating. It’s not going to be easy, by any means – but I am up for the challenge, with your support!”
Please help Jamie with her challenge and support Hope for Tomorrow by donating to her Just Giving page – https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/jamie-chadwickcycle
Or, join Jamie and fundraise for Hope for Tomorrow by taking up the Chadwick Cycle Challenge yourself! Jamie will be doing all her riding on Zwift and would love for people to join in and keep her motivated throughout the ride. She will also be doing live streams so that you can follow her progress.