Jeffries of Bacton are pleased to provide sign writer Aaron Stephens with an Isuzu D-Max support vehicle for his Charity Bike Challenge from Land’s End to John O’Groats in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust.
Pedalling a distance of approximately 900 miles, over the course of 8 consecutive days Aaron will depart Land’s End on the 14th August and aims to arrive in John O’Groats on the 21st August. Aaron decided to take on the challenge to do something big to help others and also challenge himself and Jeffries chose to lend their support to enable Aaron to complete the challenge.
Aaron says “I think the Teenage Cancer Trust is a great charity and I hope by completing such an iconic ride in a challenging time frame I am fully expecting a real physical and mental challenge, pushing ahead regardless of whatever the British summertime might throw our way!”
Philip Jeffries, Dealer Principal at Jeffries of Bacton adds " Teenage Cancer Trust is a very deserving charity, it has helped many young people fight Cancer and gives much support to them and their families in the special units all over the country. Jeffries has always supported the charity in various ways via the Rotary Club of Stowmarket, when Aaron said he was taking on this cycle ride we felt the best way to speed him on his way was with the support of the Isuzu D-Max to help him meet the challenges that lay ahead!”