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Michal Gondolewski's charity cycle

Michal Gondolewski will cycle the RideLondon Surrey 100 in July '18 for Fibromyalgia Action because Fibromyalgia is not widely recognised. Michal raised £255 so far and is raising more funds to help the charity’s work.

Michal told us: ‘’I have enjoyed cycling for many years but a couple of years ago, whilst going through a very difficult time in my life I found that, for the time I was on the bike, it helped me forget about the problems and gave me lots of happiness. I have re-discovered my passion for cycling and decided to do it more often. I have entered a few cycling events which was a new thing for me. This allowed me do what I love whilst meeting new people and exploring new places in the UK. This was the first time in the 6 years living in the UK that I finally started to get to see the places I should have seen long ago.

2017 was a challenging year for me and cycling helped a lot, which resulted in just over 1000 miles on the bike. The problems I was battling eventually disappeared but my passion for cycling remained. I have decided to challenge myself even more in 2018 and I entered the ballot for the Prudential RideLondon Surrey 100. To my surprise, I have secured a place in the ride and I am due to take part on 29th July 2018.

My training already started and I thought that since cycling helped me battle my problems it would be great if I can do the same to help others.

And now about my chosen charity, Fibromyalgia Action UK.

As Fibromyalgia is becoming more widely recognised it's become apparent that some of the people around me are sufferers.’’

To donate visit Michal’s JustGiving Page:


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