Gym supports Letchworth cyclist ahead of 100-mile challenge

PUBLISHED: 09:01 23 June 2018

Glenn is cycling 100 miles for Epilepsy Action UK. Picture: Crossfit Beowulf

Glenn is cycling 100 miles for Epilepsy Action UK. Picture: Crossfit Beowulf


A Letchworth gym is supporting one of its members with a fundraising event tomorrow before they take on Prudential RideLondon 100.

Glenn Eldridge will be cycling 100 miles from London’s Olympic Park to Surrey – and then back to Buckingham Palace – on July 29 in aid of Epilespy Action.

In support of Glenn, other gym members and his close friends will be getting together for a big team workout and barbecue at Crossfit Beowulf in Arden Press Way.

Glenn, who suffers from epilepsy, said: “At the moment, it only stops me from driving, but there are a lot of other people who suffer a lot worse and it can make their life a lot harder.

“I’m raising money by riding the 100 miles for them, so life can be made a bit easier and safer.”

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