Wednesday 18th June saw Paul Truin ride his bike to New York Stadium and back from The Cycle Fun Day at Hillsborough Park.The bike ride was organised to help raise funds, interest and support for the Rotherham Branch of the National Autistic Society. The journey’s theme was also to promote cycling in South Yorkshire.
Paul was joined by Alan Knott (Edinburgh Bike Coop) and Michael Brogan (Fosters Bikes) to complete the 50 mile bike ride.
Paul Truin said “This will be the 3rd year that I have raised funds for the NAS on my bike, and the 3rd time that Rotherham United Community Sports Trust have been involved.”
“This bike ride nicely ties in with the ‘Biking to New York’ project, which Stoneham Volunteers have been running since last October. ‘Biking to New York’ is to encourage supporters to cycle to the home games.”
Jamie Noble, Head of Community said “Well done to everyone who participated in the bike ride. The Trust always like to support cycling to improve health and reduce congestion.”
Don’t forget that fans who cycle to the home games can have their bike fixed for free by Dr Bike!