Cyclists pedal 930 miles across Europe to raise £40k for charity

The riders from Zurich insurance - who are heading to Zurich. The team includes Bridget Colloby, Jason Foyle, Jon Willey, Danny Short, Eric Kwok, Dan Wilson, Darryl Willey, Arif Merali, David Haigh, Sarah House, Bridget Colloby, Paul Coulton, Tim Culling, Stephen Flack 
Day riders:  Stephen Bryans, Kristof Terryn, Vinny Patel, Peter Wilkes, Graham Ford, James Willcocks, Steve Hills, Alex Smith, Amy Wright, Mary-Anne Mcintyre, Nick Henderson, Phil Smart, Sam Tesch, Ramon Puig, James Hope, Gavin Lee, James Evans, Chris Tout, Philip Ost, Gareth McChesney, Chris Johnson, Laura McAlpine and Paul King

The riders from Zurich insurance - who are heading to Zurich. The team includes Bridget Colloby, Jason Foyle, Jon Willey, Danny Short, Eric Kwok, Dan Wilson, Darryl Willey, Arif Merali, David Haigh, Sarah House, Bridget Colloby, Paul Coulton, Tim Culling, Stephen Flack Day riders: Stephen Bryans, Kristof Terryn, Vinny Patel, Peter Wilkes, Graham Ford, James Willcocks, Steve Hills, Alex Smith, Amy Wright, Mary-Anne Mcintyre, Nick Henderson, Phil Smart, Sam Tesch, Ramon Puig, James Hope, Gavin Lee, James Evans, Chris Tout, Philip Ost, Gareth McChesney, Chris Johnson, Laura McAlpine and Paul King

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A TEAM of 42 riders are taking part in an epic bike ride from London to Zurich.

The team, who all work for insurance firm Zurich, will be pedalling 930 miles across 10 countries in just six days, to raise £40,000 for charity.

This is the ninth year that a team, led by cycling enthusiast Jason Foyle from Fareham, have embarked upon fundraising for the firm’s charity arm The Zurich Community Trust.

A team of 14 core riders will complete the full ride, alongside day riders from each of Zurich’s offices joining for different legs.

The ride kicked off at Zurich’s London office on Wednesday and will finish with a reception on Friday, May 27 in Zurich.

Pam Webb, head of Zurich Community Trust, said: ‘We wish the riders well. Their fantastic fundraising efforts will help us continue our vital work helping to improve the quality of life for disadvantaged people.’

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