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OSTC's Jonny Aucamp Riding High (25 vertical feet high!) for Colon Cancer Awareness | John Lothian News

OSTC’s Jonny Aucamp Riding High (25 vertical feet high!) for Colon Cancer Awareness

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Jonathan (Jonny) Aucamp is the Group Executive Chairman of OSTC Ltd. in the Greater London area. He is leaving his cushy executive’s chair and strapping on the cycling shorts to raise money to raise awareness for colon cancer research.

He is part of a team of 50 riding to support the work of  the world leading specialists at St Mark’s Hospital in London, via the charity 40tude.

He is “riding to raise awareness of colon cancer and to raise money to wipe it out!”

The ride is the 40tude’s 2016 Catalonia Cycle Challenge, which will be taking him to northern Spain to tackle the hills of Catalonia.

A three day cycle ride from the mountains to the Mediterranean, following in the tyre tread of the Vuelta a España and taking on routes the pros frequently ride. Our cyclists can choose to push themselves to the limit, with the opportunity to cover up to 160km a day with ascents of over 2500m. Once again the 40tude peloton will be helping to raise awareness and vital funds to help transform the diagnosis and treatment of colon cancer.

You can support Jonny’s fundraising ride by making a donation at https://mydonate.bt.com/fundraisers/jonnyaucamp2.

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