Battling against the wind in big bike ride for Tom

The cyclists return to Portsmouth from Brighton after their bike ride in memory of Tom Prince
The cyclists return to Portsmouth from Brighton after their bike ride in memory of Tom Prince
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A TEAM of cyclists are celebrating after completing a 55-mile bike ride in aid of a teenager who lost his battle with cancer.

The group of 13 riders took on the challenge of cycling from Brighton to Portsmouth for the Tom Prince Cancer Trust, which was set up in memory of Tom who died of bone cancer osteosarcoma aged just 16.

Tom Prince

Tom Prince

Clinton Prince, Tom’s dad, was one of those who took part.

He said: ‘I led the procession and when I looked back to see all the cyclists there it made me very proud. It was a fantastic sense of achievement. Everybody was really proud of themselves and proud of the group.’

Around £2,000 has been raised from the ride so far with more money expected to come in.