My Activity Tracking
My target 450 mi
I’m taking part in Tour de Walkshire this year to help more people survive cancer in Yorkshire.
Every week in Yorkshire nearly 600 people are told they have cancer. Yorkshire Cancer Research is an independent cancer charity funding pioneering research to prevent, diagnose and treat this condition.
This May they’ve teamed up with Welcome to Yorkshire for Tour de Walkshire. I’ve chosen my distance and will be walking, running or cycling to raise money for this vital cause. Please support my efforts and help more people in Yorkshire survive cancer.
Profile picture added!
Fundraising target achieved!
Blog post added
23 miles complete
45 miles complete
100 miles distance
450 miles distance
Half way there
Week 4☑️Sunday 30th May As We come to the end of May and the end of my challenge our family has been devastated by the loss of my cousin Dean to cancer yesterday.
Job DoneTuesday 25th May
Week three completeSunday 23rd May That’s the third week of my challenge completed. It’s not been the physical activity that has been difficult this week as my fitness improves. The weather has been disappointing and I have been riding in my winter kit.
Week Two CompleteSunday 16th May Yesterday I had a choice, stay at home sitting by the fire with a beer watching Leeds United on TV or go out riding to raise funds for Yorkshire Cancer Research. I chose the latter. The weather forecast was mixed so I knew there was a chance of rain and did it rain? My ride yesterday was roughly the distance between Leeds and Burnley (the team they played) I would have been at this match if supporters were able to travel and on our trip would have been a wonderful man called Peter Jenkinson who sadly passed away recently. Peter didn’t have a choice yesterday but I did. Families living with cancer don’t have a choice.
Week one completeSaturday 8th May That’s the first week completed.
Thank you to my Sponsors
Mum And Dad
Mark And Karen Palmer