Tour 21 week 2, THE MOUNTAINS.

Tour 21 week 2, THE MOUNTAINS.

Posts from our girl Kate as she joins Doug and the team for their week 2 attack on the Alps.

The Tour 21 raising funds for CureLeukaemia. Our people Doug and Kate week 2.

A privilege to ride with the The Tour 21 team today. I was planning on doing 3 days but if I'm honest these guys are putting in superhuman efforts and they broke me! (Also the profiles are ouchy). I can vouch that the The Tour 21  team are digging really deep, sustaining real injuries and pain and doing so because they are raising vital funds for the cureleukaemia trials.  Please support these legends if you can! 


The Tour 21 team in the Alps week 2 with our people Kate and Doug, raising funds for CureLeukaemia. ET Bikes

The Tour 21 team member with Kate, raising funds for CureLeukaemia in the Alps. ET Bikes

Our girl Kate joining the Tour 21 in the Alps to raise funds for Cure Leukaemia. ET Bikes
In awe of the The Tour 21  team today. The Col de Granon is unrelentingly BRUTAL in a car never mind on a bike. This will be a phenomenal Tour de France stage next week! Please do support if you can and donate to raise vital funds for cureleukaemia because no one should die from blood cancer.
The Tour 21 team, Col de Granon Doug without Kate.Raising funds for CureLeukaemia  ET BikesOur man Doug pushes for the top in the Tour 21, raising funds for CureLeukaemia . ET Bikes
Dougs welcome in the Tour 21 at the top. Raising funds for CureLeukaemia. ET Bikes
Amazing morning climbing the Galibier on the Queens stage cureleukaemia! Thank you to The Tour 21  and Andy Cook Cycling  for letting me join you! If you would like to win 2 entries into the L'Etape du Tour de France  for 2023 then please buy a raffle ticket.
Andy Cook Cycling and The Tour 21 let our girl Kate, join her husband Doug to raise funds for CureLeukaemia. ET Bikes
Our girl Kate visiting The Tour 21 cycling up  Col de Galibier and raising funds for CureLeukaemia, ET Bikes
The road to the Col du Galibier ready for the following Tour de France.ET Bikes
This was Douglas Robertson coming up the Col de Granon or 'Col de F*@! Off' as he very quickly described it on Stage 11. He didn't even notice I had chalked the road he was so unbelievably broken. The pictures look amazing (largely thanks to the awesome Joolze Dymond photography) but the The Tour 21  team are pushing themselves so hard to raise funds for cureleukaemia. One of the team is riding for his daughter, diagnosed with Leukaemia, because on 2% of funding currently goes to childhood cancer...that's £700 per child. Blew my mind as a parent.
Doug Robertson arrives at the top of Col de Granon, with wife Kate, raising funds for CureLeukaemia. ET Bikes
Our man Doug on the climb up the Col de Granon with The Tour 21 to raise funds for CureLeukaemia. ET Bikes
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