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Posted: Tuesday, October 17th 2017
Friday, October 20th 2017
A group of City supporters have set themselves the challenge of cycling from Ashton Gate to the Stadium of Light in aid of the Bradley Lowery Foundation.
Lee Johnson’s side travel to face the newly-relegated Sunderland next weekend (October 28th, 3pm), and eight supporters are using it as an opportunity to raise funds for the registered charity.
The five-day trek will begin on Tuesday, before City’s Carabao Cup fourth round tie with Premier League Crystal Palace, and end ahead of the Sky Bet Championship kick-off in the north east.
Bristol Sport Foundation and Bristol City Community Trust have shown their support towards this worthwhile cause, and the riders will subsequently be bucket collecting at tomorrow’s game with Leeds United to help them reach their £5,000 target.
The bucket collectors will be spread throughout the concourse and all donations will be gifted to the Bradley Lowery Foundation.
Good luck to all the riders: Craig Porter, Chris Giles, Nick Duff, Wayne Lloyd, Dean Webb and Lee Rackam, and support drivers Tony Wilkins and Robert Tyler.
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