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3400 km Tour de France cycle of a Finchley man for charity UK News

A man from Finchley rides the Tour de France by bike to raise £ 1million for charity.

Deutsche Bank employee Nick Trbovic joins 18 amateur cyclists in the 3,400 kilometer challenge to benefit the blood cancer charity Cure Leukemia.

The Tour 21 team originally had 25 members, but unfortunately seven had to drop out of the event due to the self-isolation requirements of the French government.

The majority of the team had their second vaccine more than two weeks before the event and were therefore able to travel without needing to self-isolate.

The team left on Saturday 19 June, a week before the pros, and have so far raised over £ 840,000.

Cure Leukemia, which has been announced as the very first official Tour de France charity partner in the UK for the next three years, recorded a shortfall of £ 1,700,000 in 2020 due to the pandemic and the team du Tour 21 aims to help the charity. this lack of funding.

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This notice was published: 2021-06-23 10:23:19

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