Luke Tozer cycled from London to Cannes for charity

Luke took part in The Legal & General Real Assets Cycle to Cannes, raising funds for Club Peloton, in aid of charity, Coram, the UK’s first children’s charity completing all stages of the ride.

"Many years ago, as a student, I cycled to the South coast of France, with Tim, my business partner. Our route was determined by buildings of interest, mainly Corb and nice places to stop and camp. The years have passed, the miles seem longer and the time available shorter so I'm trying in 6 days, what we did then in 3 weeks."

Club Peloton is a grant making charity and business network that raises money to improve the lives of disadvantaged young people through cycling initiatives. The main grant recipient - receiving two thirds of all funds raised - is Coram, the UK’s oldest and first children’s charity that has been supporting vulnerable children for over 275 years.

Initiated in 1739 by Thomas Coram. Coram supports through adoption, fostering and a host of other initiatives to give children a safe, loving new home with a family who can offer them the support they need to improve their lives. Find out more about the Coram here

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