lloyd's cycling club

Charity - Teamwork - Achievement - Events

During 2009 the club raised over £68,000 for various Charities.


Club members Andy Kane, Simon Pendreich and David Pratt cycled from Lloyd's to the Eiffel Tower.  They raised £5,000 for Tumaini and St Francis Hospice.


In June 14 club members rode from Lands End to John O’Groats, riding 951 miles in eight days.  


We were very lucky to have such a fantastic support team - Gavan Connolly and Andrew Marsh from Aon, Chloe Filmer, and Darek Pokojowczyk (Evans). Our sincere thanks to Aon Construction Services Group who provided the tour Van.


We would like to thank everyone that sponsored the event, raising money for the following charities:


Combat Stress £17,161.  ISIS £14,934. Prader-Willi Syndrome £5,091. Marie Curie Cancer £2,985. British Heart Foundation £4,920. Vision Aid Overseas £1,736. Helen Foundation £1,958. Cancer Research UK £3,350. NSPCC £3,624. Naomi House Childrens Hospice £4,200. Amnesty International £3,705.


Commando Memorial at Spean Bridge


We passed the Commando Memorial at Spean Bridge during the End to End ride.  The bronze statue, erected in 1952, commemorates the men who trained in this punishing area during World War II. The views from the monument are absolutely stunning - over looking the Nevis moutain range.


During 2010 the club raised over £10,000 for Combat Stress.


12 club members rode the Coast to Coast route accross the Pyrenees During September 2010.  The route Covered 434 miles from the Atlantic Coast to the Mediterranian Coast with over 40,000 feet of Climbing.  The route went over many of the famous cols from the Tour de France.


Our sincere thanks to Helen and Chris at Pyractif for their fantastic organisation and help during our adventure.  We would thoroughly recommend them to other cyclists - please see their web link below.


Pyractif Web Site Nobby - Col du Soulor Photo Slide Show Day 1 14.03 Day 2

During 2011 the club raised over £32,000 for Combat Stress and Fishing For Heroes.  This


18 club members rode from the Lloyd's Building through France and over the Apls to Monte Carlo during September 20101.  The route Covered 950 miles with over 50,000 feet of Climbing.  The route went over many of the famous cols from the Tour de France.


Our sincere thanks to our support crew Gavan Connolly, Steve Hall and George Labor (Body Balance Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinic).


Thanks also to our major Sponsors - Navigators, Guy Carpenter, Barlow Lyde & Gilbert, Novae, Locktons, Catlin, and ANV.


Charity raising Total £220,000


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Spean Bridge