Stroke Survivor Cycled 180 Miles In Support Of Charity

Nov 15, 2019, 03:20 PM
Peter Ward from Halliwell, took up cycling last year after suffering a stroke that left him partially sighted.
 
To help himself get back on track and do something good, Peter undertook a challenging 180-mile bike ride from Liverpool to Withernsea to raise money for the Royal National Institute of Blind People.
 
Speaking with RNIB Connect Radio's Simon Pauley, Peter explains what drove him to pick up his bike again and about his participation in next year’s PrudentialRide London-Surrey 100 2020 event in support of RNIB.  
 
For more information visit: www.rnib.org.uk/ridelondon 

(Photo shows Peter smiling. He's wearing a red and white cycling jersey with 'PETE' written across the right side of his chest and on the other side: the RNIB logo underlined with a pink line and the words 'See differently' underneath)