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Superhero fan Clive set to pedal 100 miles in charity ride

01.09.2021

Superhero fan Clive Sayer wants to use his own superpowers to raise money for charity by cycling 100 miles

 

 

Superhero fan Clive Sayer wants to use his own superpowers to raise money for charity by cycling 100 miles

Sixty six-year-old Clive, who has learning difficulties, is set to reach his target by cycling on the exercise bike at St Anthony’s Care Home, Wolverhampton, where he lives.

The epic cycle at the Valorum Care scheme is expected to take wheelchair user Clive around a month to complete and he will receive a medal from the charity he is raising the money for Blood Cancer UK on completion of his challenge.

Activities worker Zoe Doughty said: “Clive loves to use the cycle machine in physio and enjoys a challenge, so when asked if he would like to do it he was happy to do so.

“He is a big superhero and James Bond fan so is using them to inspire himself as he does his challenge each week. His sister and brother-in-law are keen cyclists and are supporting him by sponsoring him for every mile he cycles.

”The whole team at St Anthony’s are backing Clive and can’t wait to see him get past the finish line. He is already clocking up the miles and we are confident he will get his medal.”

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