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PiP CEO Mike Dalloz will be cycling from London to Paris!

Friday 26th April 2019

The cycle challenge has become an annual tradition for Performance in People in Protyre whereby we round up a team, agree a route and raise money for charity. Over recent years we have cycled around the Isle of Wight (in the blazing sunshine & in torrential rain!) and also around The New Forest.

This year we decided to take it up a notch! PiP’s CEO Mike Dalloz will be joining 22 members of the Protyre team who have agreed to take on the mammoth challenge of cycling from London to Paris! The course will begin on Sunday 12th May and take three days to complete, covering a whopping 164 miles in total!

The planned route and distance is as follows:

  • Day 1: London to Newhaven – 90 km / 56 miles
  • Day 1: Newhaven to Dieppe – Ferry
  • Day 2: Dieppe to Beauvais – 100 km / 62 miles
  • Day 3: Beauvais to Paris – 75 km / 46 miles
  • Total cycling distance = 265 km / 164 miles


The Great North Air Ambulance service operates 3 emergency helicopters across the North East and Cumbria. In the last financial year, they attended 1062 accidents in the region of which 395 were from road traffic collisions. They receive no government funding, so rely fully on the public and businesses to fund the £5.1million needed annually to continue operating. By supporting the Great North Air Ambulance Service, we are not only helping the patients of the charity, but also their families and the community's that they live in.

If you would like to show your support to Mike and the team, you can donate via his Just Giving page (click image above). All donations are greatly appreciated and we thank you in advance.

Watch this space to find out how they get on!

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