My Activity Tracking
My target 500 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
Every Day In May/Tour de Walkshire - The curtain callMonday 31st May The end. Done. Finito. At least it is for the mileage.. I've had a wonderful late run of donations which have taken me over and above my mileage figure, but you can still keep on giving!
Tour de Walkshire mileage complete!!Thursday 27th May The first, and main part of my challenge is done!! 500 miles for the month, by bike/run/walk... occasionally felt like a swim was thrown in for good measure too.🙄
Every Day In May/Tour de Walkshire wk3Saturday 22nd May Well, what can I say? Week 3 done. Steady miles added on. Some nice, some not so nice due to the inclement (crap) weather, but then I knew it was going to be thus... Even so, it's hard to muster the motivation to go walking/ running in the cold, filthy conditions and the quagmire enveloping your feet after you've come home from work just looking forward to a tinny and a sit down 🙄
Every Day In May week 3 - whatever the weather be...Tuesday 18th May Crap weather continues. Motivation starts to flag. Even the dog doesn't want to go out!.. I don't blame her.
Week 2 - challenging weatherSaturday 8th May So, 1 week done and all is well... A bit tired, but still motivated.
Every Day In MaySunday 2nd May As an avid cycling fan, the postponement of the Tour de Yorkshire for a second year is a disappointment to say the least. Combine this with the annual frustration of my lack of winter will power when it comes to training, chocolate, beer and biscuits, and what do you get? The Tour de Walkshire of course!!
Thank you to my Sponsors
Sally Anne Bradby
James & Janet Bradby
Garry And Liz Jackson
Lyn & Arthur