On Sunday 3rd March our founder Luke embarked on his biggest challenge to date.
Luke cycled 727 miles, ran 85.84 miles and kayaked 15.2 miles from John O Groats to Lands End.
Luke’s goal was to raise money for his niece Mollie who has Cerebral Palsy by providing her with an electric powered wheelchair that will totally transform her life.
The gruelling journey lead Luke though 3 storms and included lots of rain, wind and even some snow! But the sun put in an appearance and provided some breathtaking views and in true Airborne style Luke battled through all that was thrown at him and completed the challenge in just 14 days!
Airborne members joined Luke on different legs of the journey accompanying him on sections of the running, cycling and kayaking as well as providing much needed logistics and navigational skills to ensure the trip was a success.
Having like-minded, supportive members around him proved invaluable to the success of the challenge and Luke would like to thank everyone who came and joined him as well as all who donated and sent messages of support. Thank you!
Luke not only smashed the challenge but also his fundraising target which currently stands at an amazing £11,364!!!
Here is a breakdown of Luke’s 14 days!……
Day 1 – 100mile cycle
Day 2 – 100mile cycle
Day 3 – 25.84 mile run
Day 4 – 100mile cycle
Day 5 – 87mile Cycle
Day 6 – 20.70 mile Run
Day 7 – 70 mile cycle
Day 8 – 64 Mile cycle
Day 9 – 20 Mile Run
Day 10 – 15.2 mile kayak
Day 11 – 70 Mile cycle
Day 12 – 82 Mile cycle
Day 13 – 19.3 Mile Run
Day 14 – 64 miles Cycle
If you would like to donate, it’s not too late! Please click the link below.
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