Charity Bike Ride to Berlin
At the end of June, I will be joining a team of cyclists from one of our favourite customers – Spring Housing – who will be cycling from Hamburg in Germany, to the capital Berlin.
The route will be over 215 miles, and the team have 3 days to complete the challenge. With several of the team fairly new to cycling, the challenge will be considerable for some of them – especially day 2 which is over 80 miles.
Having helped Spring organise their previous cycling adventure (cycling to Amsterdam in July 2017) which was a huge success, the Housing Association’s Chief Executive (Dominic Bradley) has asked Synium to help out once again with the organising.
The plan is to catch a flight to Hamburg on the evening of Tuesday 25th June and then to cycle over the next 3 days to reach Berlin on Friday evening.
Here are the routes for each day:
We will be ably supported (once again) by the amazing (and ever reliable) Gavin Sansom (who also supports the Synium-sponsored WLCC (Warwickshire Lads Cycling Club) with all of their cycling trips).
Spring Housing are embarking on this challenge to increase the awareness of their work – especially their work helping re-house and support the Homeless of the UK. They are a truly wonderful organisation, and we (at Synium) love supporting them with their IT (as well as their cycling challenges).
IT professional with (many) years experience managing all aspects of IT Services. Now a fun loving business owner who has a love for life and the wondrous outdoors – especially when on a bike of any kind (although preferably a mountain bike).
MD of Synium, possibly the greatest IT Support company in the big wide world (or at least one of them)