A few pictures from our ceremony at the Cenotaph yesterday afternoon. This was followed by a dash through Central London, arriving at Colnbrook in the darkness at 8.30pm 🤪
Yes reader, he did… A cheer for cinematographer 😊
It looks like the old BBBR team has got back together – thank you Tom – wonderful to see you!
This video just in, footage of Irene playing out the ceremony with a lament.
Neil writes: Day 17 (15 riding) made it to Normansland (near Downton), Wiltshire. A half days’ ride and tent up in plenty of time until a rogue caravan came rolling across the site embedding itself in the support vans door….fortunately no-one was hurt in any way but now we have no operable drivers door! TheContinue reading “Day 17 – it wasn’t the sheets that were crumpled”
Neil writes: Day 16 (14 riding) weather held off, hills not too severe. We had 3 motorcycle outriders today which made negotiating junctions and roundabouts so much easier and safer. We did carry out a service at the RAF memorial at Runnymede where 20,000 guys are remembered who have no known grave. We also paidContinue reading “Day 16 – added motorcycles outriders!”
Had the most incredible 2 days with the Hero JOGLE Relay. Downham to Colchester and onto the Cenotaph, battling headwinds, hills and some serious traffic. 144 miles in total, some tough sections but seeing the guys doing the whole route cracking on just inspires you to keep going, and all the most amazing cause IfContinue reading “Rider Chris Rolfe writes:”
New footage from the band themselves on their Twitter feed https://twitter.com/gspipesanddrums/status/1437125852542771202?s=21
But dinner first! Middle Wallop
On arrival at Brookwood the Pipes and Drum band of Gordon’s School led by Pipe Major Mrs Iona Scotson played us into the cemetery. Later they also performed at our remembrance ceremony attended by Major General Tim Sullivan (Deputy Lord Lieutenant)
More pictures from the mechanical wizard Graham. Taken earlier today at our final ceremony of the day. By now they should have had lunch and be heading towards Andover and their bed for the night,
I appreciate everything these cyclists are doing for the charity. It’s been hard year all round and I admire my them all for getting “tender bits” in aid of the charity. Our heroes go the extra mile each day, and this team is doing just that 😃 Words and pictures by Joyce Dawn Moore (takenContinue reading “Day 14 – a guest post from Joyce Dawn Moore”