Mark Pinder, Brian Hitchcock, Oli Macrae and Luke Hayward tackled the 100-mile ride as part of the branch’s ‘summer cycling madness’, just two weeks after Mark had completed ‘L’Etape’ Stage 20 of this year’s Tour de France route.
The L’Etape involves 85 miles with 4,563m of climbing culminating in the final climb of over 21 miles from Moutiers to the high ski resort of Val Thorens at 2,365m above sea level.
Foot Anstey are a Nascence Project partner of Bristol Sport Foundation. The Nascence Project is Bristol Sport Foundation’s business and community engagement programme, designed to bring business and community together through the life-changing impact of sport.
The project provides new and innovative opportunities for local and national business to access Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Continued Professional Development (CPD). To find out more, contact Paul Glanville.
Many thanks to our friends at Heineken for donating the team entry to Bristol Sport Foundation.
You can donate to Foot Anstey’s cause by clicking here.
We look forward to watching Team Foot Anstey take part in the next Nascence fundraising event – the Corporate Netball Festival taking place at Clifton College on Thursday, September 19th.