Commsworld trio complete 100-mile charity cycle ride

A trio of Commsworld executives have taken part in a 100-mile cycle ride in a day to raise thousands of pounds for the company’s chosen charity, Right There, which prevents homelessness and people becoming separated from those they love.

COO Bruce Strang, Head of Bid Management and Pre-Sales Carolann Miller, and Solutions Architect Pete Roscamp trained for more than two months for the cycle, which saw them pedal from London to Essex and back within eight and a half hours

Together the fundraisers are on course to raise £3,000, which will be matched pound for pound by Commsworld, making a grand total of £6,000.

The events mark the first full year since Commsworld chose Right There as its first official charity partner. Commsworld is extending the relationship for a further 12 months.

In April. Strang took on for five days to walk the 96-mile West Highland Way from Milngavie in Glasgow to Fort William for Right There. In September, he will take part in the largest half-marathon in the world, the 13.1-mile Great North Run, between Newcastle and South Shields.

He said: “The cycle ride was a fantastic achievement for Carolann, Pete and myself. I felt that 200 years for Right There and 30 years for Commsworld deserved a ‘triathlon’ effort – so I decided to go solo and also complete both the West Highland Way and Great North Run.

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