The competition is open to recipients of life supporting organ transplants, notably liver, heart, lung, kidney, pancreas and bone marrow between 4 - 80 years of age.
The principle aim of the games is to raise public awareness of the importance and benefits of organ donation by demonstrating the health and fitness that can be achieved post-transplant. Equally, it aims to encourage all recipients to remain fit and healthy post-transplant. As a cycling team, we do this by racing bikes!
We will compete in 3 events, a 10km individual time trial and a 20km team time trial on Monday 19th August held on the Quayside in Newcastle and a 30km road race on Tuesday 20th at Hetton Lyons Country Park.
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