Tenos fire engineer set to take on 300-mile cycle challenge for children’s charity

With less than a week to go, Tenos fire engineer David Bostelmann is making final preparations for the three-day 300-mile John Lewis Partnership cycle challenge.

The ride, which begins in London on September 17 and finishes in Liege on September 19, includes passing through Mons.

David is one of 30 people taking part in this year’s John Lewis Partnership cycle challenge to raise money for The HoneyPot Children’s Charity. The charity provides respite breaks and outreach support to carers and vulnerable children in the UK.

David is a keen social cyclist and recently participated in the Prudential RideLondon 2015 cycling event.

Tenos have proudly supported the John Lewis Partnership charitable challenges since 2008.

Good luck to all the cyclists.

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