UltraVision CEO Completes London to Cambridge Cycle Challenge
UltraVision’s CEO, J Keith Lomas, successfully completed a 60 mile charity bike ride on Sunday 25th July (despite a damaged knee ligament!) in four hours and eight minutes. Monies are still coming in but so far his team efforts from the event have raised over £2,000 for charity.
Keith completed the London to Cambridge route along with four close friends; Mark Daniels, Mark Delaney, Paul Delaney and Paul Cronin (pictured). The monies raised will be divided equally between three worthy charities; The Irregular Cornea Foundation, Breakthrough for Breast Cancer and Asperger’s East Anglia. In previous years the Breakthrough organised event has raised around £1.7 million; this year Breakthrough are hoping the total will break the £2 million mark.
Around 4,500 people took part and after completing the route Keith commented “I’m feeling surprisingly well, all considered, averaging more than 14mph over 60 rolling miles was much better than we thought we’d do. It was a challenge, a great fun event with lots of camaraderie and raised much needed funds for worthy causes”.
Donations can still be made via Keith’s Charity Giving web page http://www.charitygiving.co.uk/markkeithandothers and will be split equally between the three charities.
www.ic-f.org, www.breakthrough.org.uk, www.asperger.org.uk