GJD completes 60-mile bike challenge from Manchester to Blackpool for The Christie Charity
World-leading manufacturer and designer of professional external detector equipment, GJD has announced the completion of a Manchester to Blackpool 60-mile bike ride on Sunday 9 July to help raise money for The Christie Charity.
The Christie’s Manchester to Blackpool bike ride is the charity’s largest cycling event and is attended by over 6,000 cyclists each year, the company said.
Team GJD consisted of Andrew Dale, Paul Tibbenham and Greg Stuttle (pictured left to right below) . To date the company has raised more than £350. The money will be used to carry out more research and give more people the very best treatment and care – and save even more lives, the company said.
Business Development Manager Greg Stuttle, commented: “It was a brilliant event and the atmosphere was fantastic. Although it was tough challenge, it was extremely rewarding and we will be taking part next year”.
The event started from the iconic Imperial War Museum on Salford Quays. The route covered 60 miles from Manchester, along the scenic country lanes of Lancashire and then finished on the South Promenade in Blackpool. The team crossed the finish line together with a brilliant time of four hours and ten minutes.
To support The Christie Charity you can donate through Team GJD’s JustGiving page. Just follow this link and click donate: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/team-gjd
If anyone would like to join us next year, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
GJD is an award winning UK manufacturer, designer and supplier of professional external detector equipment, as well as Infra-Red and White-Light LED Illuminators.
The company's security solutions rapidly identify and validate genuine alerts, identify false alarm signals and optimise the callout of responders, making GJD products a truly valuable asset to both people and properties in all industry sectors across the world.