Over the past few months the nation has been devastated by a cruel virus, and with deaths mounting daily, even football has temporarily paled in significance as our brave key workers battle to keep us all safe.
In support of this, through the World in Motion Foundation, the staff of World in Motion have challenged themselves to ‘Cycle the 92’ – that is cycling the equivalent of the 2,416 miles that link the 92 professional football clubs that constitute the Premier League and the EFL.
The miles will be made up by various staff members and guests riding either on road bikes or static bikes at home.
They aim to cycle approximately 300 miles per day, for eight days in order to complete the total 2,416 miles.
This epic journey is being carried out by staff from their various offices in London, Cardiff, Lyon, Medellin (Colombia), Budapest and beyond, all with the common goal of raising as much money as possible for their chosen good causes; NHS Charities Together, Prostate Cancer UK and Velindre Cancer Centre.
The ride kicked off at 3pm on Saturday, 9 May, in Hammersmith, London.
The finish line is in Cardiff at 4.50pm on Saturday, 16 May, some 8 days, 2,416 miles and 92 football clubs later!