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Brian and Danielle take on Arran Bike & Hike challenge to raise funds for RAMH

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Paisley.org.uk’s very own Brian McGuire and Danielle Caira are to get on their bikes by taking part in the 2016 Arran Bike & Hike challenge to help raise funds for Paisley charity RAMH (Recovery Across Mental Health).

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Danielle Caira, Tony Fitzpatrick and Brian McGuire

They will be attempting  a 42-mile cycle from Brodick to Lochranza on Saturday 3rd September followed by a further 13-mile cycle on Sunday 4th September  plus Goatfell hike at 874m.

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l/r Brian McGuire, RAMH’s Chief Executive Stephen McLellan, Tony Fitzpatrick, Danielle Caira and Paisley Panda

You can read more on this story here.

Anyone wishing to sponsor them can do so by clicking here.  You will then be entered into a prize draw to win a signed St Mirren home football top or signed football.

 

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There are 3 challenge options available.  

Weekend Bike & Hike: Saturday – 42 mile clockwise island cycle from Brodick to Lochranza, with overnight stay. Sunday – 13 mile cycle plus Goatfell hike at 874m. £50 registration fee plus £300 minimum sponsorship.

Saturday Full Loop Bike: circumnavigate the beautiful isle of Arran – the full 52 miles in one day on a fully supported cycle including support vehicle. £30 (or £15 early bird) registration fee plus £120 minimum sponsorship.

Sunday Goatfell Hike: Conquer Goatfell at 874m, includes mountain guide, first aiders and front and rear walkers. £30 (or £15 early bird) registration fee plus £120 minimum sponsorship.

Every person registering for the RAMH Arran Bike and Hike will be given a free month’s membership and entered into a prize draw for 6 month’s free membership at Pro Life Fitness Centre. They also receive a free RAMH t-shirt.

All meals, transport and overnight accommodation are included, participants just need a bike & helmet and/or walking boots. Register NOW by contacting enquiries@ramh.org or 0141 847 8900

 

Pictures taken by Robert Moore for www,paisley.org.uk