Camozzi cyclists still feeling Brighton breezy!
05 Aug 2020
Nuneaton, 21 July 2020 – Recent events have brought fresh challenges to BFPA member Camozzi Automation’s preparations for the planned London to Brighton Bike Ride.
A team of 13 riders are raising vital funds for the Children with Cancer UK charity, by riding the 55 miles from Clapham Common to Brighton seafront, during the September event.
This feat is the latest in a series of endurance events undertaken by Camozzi staff, which have also included the company’s 2019 Three Peak’s Challenge, a full marathon, and several half marathons.
Says Camozzi managing director Adrian Farnham: “Current conditions have presented some challenges to our training regime, but we have adjusted our schedule to comply with social distancing requirements. We have quite a lot of keen cyclists in our ranks and a few people who just want to challenge themselves by undertaking a greater distance than they’ve ever ridden before, keeping fit and raising funds for a very good cause in the process.”
Mindful of the very real possibility of a postponement of the Brighton event, Camozzi has developed contingency plans to complete the same distance using either a local route or on exercise bikes at its Nuneaton base, The Fluid Power Centre, if needs be!
Photo: Camozzi Automation Ltd’s Most Experienced Cyclist, Wayne Taylor, Competing in Last Year’s Velo Birmingham
Donations to support Children with Cancer UK can be made at: https://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/CamozziChallenge