Who rides 2222kms in 15 days at age 65? Why, Steve Taylor, of course!

2019 | 34:07 | LIFESTYLE |

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Episode 1 Series 1 10 January 2019

Dreamed up by Theonie Roussianos and Adaire Palmer to help people in your local community to raise their profile and encourage awareness and support for what matters to them and their communities.

We also help not-for-profits, charities and service to connect with communities to raise brand awareness and help staff and volunteers working within them to become the best #BrandChampions they can be for their cause.

This week, we are excited to introduce you to Steve Taylor, a gentleman from all the way over in the UK who is doing amazing things to raise awareness and funds for Neuroblastoma Australia.

A veteran of all things running, Steve also rides a bike, which is how he came to the attention of Australians.

In 2013, aged sixty and armed with just a folding bike and a bus pass, Steve started cycling backwards and forwards to his work on his folding bike to raise money and awareness for kids diagnosed with high risk stage 4 neuroblastoma in the UK.

Five years later, Steve came to Australia to ride from Brisbane to Adelaide for Neuroblastoma Australia: 2222km, which he duly knocked off in fifteen days.

To receive a direct inbox with details on where to buy Steve's ebook, type "Ride" in the comments below. All proceeds from Steve’s book go to Neuroblastoma Australia to fund research into a cure at the Children’s Cancer Institute in Sydney.

To join Steve's online community, visit his group Ride2Cure #TheNextGeneration #Neuroblastoma #ForeverFive

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