Over the next three days Ian Gregory will be attempting a 1,084 mile cycle ride from Land's End to John O'Groats to raise money for Prostate Cancer and the NHS Covid-19 Urgent Appeal. He'll be doing it alone at the Church on the Roundabout, so if you can show your support please do
In 2016 Islander Ian Gregory started his mammoth fundraising cycle challenges for Prostate Cancer UK.
Twenty years ago he was diagnosed Fibromyalgia, a chronic pain disorder, eight damaged discs in his spine, Arthritis and Tempro-mandibular dysfunction disorder, but despite this he has cycled over 25,000 miles since 2016 raising thousands of pounds for the charity.
Below are some of the articles featuring Ian.
Ian Gregory’s virtual fundraising cycle ride from Land’s End to John O’Groats: Watch live and show your support
Ian Gregory will be cycling to London (with his clothes on) to then bare all and take part in a Naked Bike Ride, then cycling to Brighton (with his clothes on) then bare all and take part in another Naked Bike Ride, then cycling back to the Island (with his clothes on). Here's how you can support him.
Friday, 8th February, 2019 5:57pm
By Sally Perry with 5 readers' comments
Despite having a chronic pain disorder, eight damaged discs in his spine, Arthritis and Tempro-mandibular dysfunction disorder Ian is fly to Australia where he’ll be attempting to cycle around 2,000 miles. It's come earlier than planned and he'd looking for sponsors to help with accommodation costs.
Wednesday, 6th December, 2017 8:42am
By Sally Perry with one comment
Show your support to Ian Gregory if you spot him at the Isle of Wight Festival - he's cycling 10,000 miles this year for the Prostate Cancer charity, despite suffering with a chronic pain condition, eight damaged discs in his spine, Arthritis and Tempro-mandibular dysfunction disorder.
Despite many medical conditions affecting his mobility and strength, Ian Gregory has cycled over 3,500 miles this year to raise over £4,500 for Prostate Cancer UK. He was presented with the coveted Yellow Jersey at the cheque presentation in London this week.