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Dad to take on cycle challenge for disability charity Action for Kids
A keen cyclist will be hitting the streets of London for a midnight bike ride to raise money for charity.
Tottenham dad Rob Burrows will be taking part in Nightrider 2013 to raise money for Hornsey-based disability charity Action for Kids.
The challenge will see hundreds of cyclists taking to the streets of the capital for the 100km ride.
Bakery manager said: "My son Daniel has been involved with Action For Kids since he was at school.
“Now he’s 23 and I am taking part in the Nightrider cycle ride to raise money for the charity so they can help more youngsters like him.
“Daniel has learning difficulties and thanks to the placement provided by Action For Kids he was able to get a real taste of the world of work.”
Action For Kids helps young people with physical and learning disabilities nationwide by providing them with mobility equipment and education services and helps more than 650 young people around the country.
Those also interested in taking part in the Nightrider challenge for Action for kids can find out more by clicking here.
To sponsor Mr Burrows as he prepares for the ride on the evening June 8, people can click here.