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Gedling pub’s 12-hour static cycle challenge will raise money for Notts children’s charity

A number of volunteers will not be going anywhere on October 5 – despite undertaking a 12-hour cycling marathon.

The Gedling Inn is organising a static cycle challenge to raise funds for a local charity on October 5 and is calling on people to take part.

Every mile on the clock raises more funds for the Harley Jae Trust, who support children’s intensive care wards at the QMC.

The Gedling Inn’s landlady Beccy Webster said: “People taking part in the challenge can do from as little as one mile or as many as they can

PICTURED: The Gedling Inn

“We will have multiple static bikes on the day and the aim is to do a relay to keep them all moving until 9pm and see how many miles in total we can cover in that time.”

“With every mile we cover on our bikes we raise more money, so let’s try and ride to Paris, Rome or even New York in 12 hours!”

The event will have a 90s theme, so a themed disco will also be taking place on the day along with raffle and kids’ entertainment.

Volunteers will need to raise a minimum of £50 to take part.

If you want to sign up for the challenge email or call 07495184545. You can also contact Beccy at The Gedling Inn on 0115 9878686

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