Iain Bland, managing director at Paragon Data Services, recently participated in the “Way of the Roses” bike ride on September 11th 2011, raising a substantial amount of money for Breast Cancer Care, a charity which is very close to Iain’s heart.

Iain’s mum was diagnosed with the disease last year which is why he has chosen to partake in this grueling challenge. The event which saw Iain ride a full 170miles over three days, started at Morecambe on Lancashire’s Irish Sea coast, with the finish line being at Bridlington on Yorkshire’s North Sea coast.

Iain said: “The route encompassed vastly differing landscapes, including the Lune Valley, Forest of Bowland, Yorkshire Dales, Vale of York and the Yorkshire Wolds which mean that the ride itself was incredibly challenging. However, through sheer determination to raise money for such a worthwhile cause, ’Team Extreme’ which consisted of myself and two riding companions completed the challenge on Sunday13th.”

So far Iain and the other members of the team Paul Jebson and Anna Grantham have raised £1200 so far with donations still coming in. We are a thriving and friendly network infrastructure and AV solutions company working across both the public and private sectors. To find out more information about the “Way of the Roses” charity bike ride, log on to:

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