On September 16th, Stuart Kettell will be attempting to cycle from John O’Groats to Lands End in a pedal-powered bathtub. We are proud to be supporting Stuart in his latest charity challenge attempt, where we will be supplying him with one of our personal trackers to allow supporters to follow his progress.
The 1000 mile challenge is predicted to take around two weeks to complete and supports can track Stuart every step of the way. If you wish to see Stuart’s progress, enter the following details below.
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Stuart Kettell is known for his mad-cap charity challenges, each year Stuart sets himself an unusual challenge to raise money for cancer support charity, Macmillan. Over the last 11 years, Stuart has flown around the coast of the UK in a Flexwing Microlight, pushed a Brussel sprout up Snowdon with his nose and completed 7 marathons in 7 days inside a giant hamster wheel. His challenges have raised over £50,000 for Macmillan and is aiming to raise a further £5000 for this challenge.
Enigma has supported Stuart previously when he took on the challenge to cross the English Channel and travel up to Coventry by kayak and we are pleased to be assisting him again for this challenge.
If you would like to support Stuart in his attempt, his JustGiving page is found here.
All at Enigma wish Stuart the very best in his latest challenge.