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Tour-iffic dad cycles to fight cancer

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By Ben Murray
Dumfries and West
Tour-iffic dad cycles to fight cancer

DALBEATTIE dad Guy Bryson has taken part in a personal challenge on the most famous cycling route in the world to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support.

The 52-year-old trained for six months in long-distance cycle events across Scotland to enable him to take part in the amateur riders stage of the L’Etape Tour De France.

Stage 14, which stretches from Annemasse to Morzine in France, allows amateur riders to take part in the 91-mile stretch that covers 13,500 feet of elevation two days before the professionals were set to ride.

Alongside by 16,000 other cyclists, Guy conquered the cycling stage in only ten hours and 20 minutes, all while raising £1125 for Macmillan Cancer.


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