Cycling 900 miles for Medical Detection Dogs
On 10th September 2012 Donald Lambert led a small team from the company Onswitch on a 900 mile cycle ride to raise money for Medical Detection Dogs. Medical Detection Dogs is a charity that trains dogs to help people with life threatening health conditions, and strives to give them more independence as well as potentially saving their lives on a daily basis. For more information on this worthy cause please see http://medicaldetectiondogs.org.uk.
The Onswitch team cycled in relay for 900 miles from Alness (Scottish Highlands) to Brighton (South coast) over a period of just four days, with each member cycling for a solid 4 hours before handing over to the next cyclist. This went on continuously through both day and night, with short stops at twenty of Onswitch's veterinary clients along the way.
By Marina Wryer