A member of the Queen's Gurkha Engineers is hoping to raise up to £1500 for the Maidstone & Tunbridge Wells NHS Charitable Fund.Eka's 24 hour Static Bike Ride- Donate Here
AND HE IS OFF!
Warrant Officer Class Two (SSM) Eka Rai has now started his epic nonstop 24-hour cycle from the confines of his living room. He is hoping to raise up to £1500 for the Maidstone & Tunbridge Wells NHS Charitable Fund.
Follow this link to keep an eye on his progress, offer him words of encouragement and support this worthy cause.
Here is his story:
I will be completing a 24 hour, non-stop static bike ride to raise money for Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS trust.
24hrs non-stop Spin Bike Ride at HOME, from 29th April 2020 to 30th April 2020.
Having spent the last 14 days in precautionary self isolation due to COVID-19, I have had time to observe the humanity and compassion being delivered by our health workers in the NHS. Providing 24/7 intensive care while putting themselves in danger, our NHS brethren are living examples of discipline, bravery and selfless commitment which we ourselves aspire to.
Seeing the physical and emotional roller coaster our NHS staff are going through has motivated me to take on my 24 Hour, non-stop cycle challenge. My aim is to raise as much money as possible for the local NHS trust.
Thank you for your kind support!
Squadron Sergeant Major
70 Squadron Queens Gurkha Engineers
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