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venhill boss raises £1075 in charity cycle

The owner of Dorking-based Venhill Engineering, Max Adams, has raised £1075 for Save the Children by cycling from Land’s End to John o’Groats. “The trip was great fun, travelling from a baking hot Land’s End to a wintery John o’Groats. Mind you, a Scottish tail wind of 45mph was quite exciting!”

Adams cycled 1083 miles over 15 days, averaging 72 miles per day and burning 49,781 calories. Total elevation climbed was 16,595m (height of Everest 8848m) and the number of cakes eaten on route was “more than I will admit to”.

Adams thanked everyone for their support.

Pictured is Max at John o’Groats and beside a sculpture near Glasgow



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