Bikers 4 Macmillan

Sunset to Sunrise Tour 2024

Lee Howell

Lee Howell

My Story

 Cancer affects all of us, even if we don't personally suffer, at some point we will probably know someone, a family member, a colleague or friend who is or has been affected. Cancer doesn't care who you are, your age, background, where you live or what you do. I am taking part in the Sunset to Sunrise Tour 2024 again, together with over 100 other riders to support and raise funds for Macmillan so they can in turn support those who need it. Please donate to raise vital funds for Macmillan Cancer Support Services.

You can help by  donating to support Macmillan. All money raised by us will go to Macmillan Cancer Support. 

Our flagship event is the Sunset to Sunrise Tour.
We leave South Stack light house at Holyhead on the west coast at sunset (about 9.40 pm) and riding through the night to get to Skegness on the east coast for Sunrise (about 4.30 am). The event is held over the weekend closest to the shortest night of the year (21st June). On our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/groups/92285201654) you can find pictures from previous years and more information about this years ride. 
Bikers 4 Macmillan

Raising for:

Bikers 4 Macmillan
63%

Funded

  • Target
    £150
  • Raised so far
    £95
  • Number of donors
    5

My Story

 Cancer affects all of us, even if we don't personally suffer, at some point we will probably know someone, a family member, a colleague or friend who is or has been affected. Cancer doesn't care who you are, your age, background, where you live or what you do. I am taking part in the Sunset to Sunrise Tour 2024 again, together with over 100 other riders to support and raise funds for Macmillan so they can in turn support those who need it. Please donate to raise vital funds for Macmillan Cancer Support Services.

You can help by  donating to support Macmillan. All money raised by us will go to Macmillan Cancer Support. 

Our flagship event is the Sunset to Sunrise Tour.
We leave South Stack light house at Holyhead on the west coast at sunset (about 9.40 pm) and riding through the night to get to Skegness on the east coast for Sunrise (about 4.30 am). The event is held over the weekend closest to the shortest night of the year (21st June). On our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/groups/92285201654) you can find pictures from previous years and more information about this years ride. 

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