Action 100

27th August 2006, starting at Bristol (Temple Meads), via Chobham Rugby Club and finishing at London (Euston Station).

This is the first time I have ridden the Action 100, which despite being labelled as Bristol to London, doesn’t officially finish in London. So being the stubborn perfectionist that I am, I decided to extend the official route onwards to Euston station. Which by the time I had diverted around the Notting Hill Carnaval turned out to be 143.6 miles and caused me to nearly miss my train home, which left 30 seconds after I got on board.

The total online amount I raised for Action Medical Research for this ride is £245 (excluding gift aid), which is fantastic and sincere thanks go to everyone who sponsored me.

My online sponsorship account for this event is now closed.

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  1. Good on you Kerry. It’s good to find a Councillor who has some clarity on the issue. It’s raelly quite simple – turning a cycle and walking path into a bus road would be a tragedy, and a backwards step for Bristol to take.Here’s to keeping buses off our cycle and walking path. Keep up the good work.

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