Riding 2500 KM Across Ireland to Raise Funds for Red Bubbles

Today at 10.30 AM local Irish time (5.30 PM Malaysian time), our fellow Malaysian ultra endurance cyclist, Aedewan Adnan will begin his charity fundraising ride from Dublin to Cork, covering 2500 KM to raise funds for Red Bubbles.

We are hoping to raise RM25,000 from the charity ride by encouraging fellow Malaysian to donate just RM10 for every KM he covers during the long arduous journey.

The fund raised will help us a lot to keep our weekly clown doctors visit to bring joy to hundreds of seriously ill children in the hospitals for a period of one year.

Here is his appeal in his own words, for this wonderful effort to bring joy and smile to sick kids in the hospital.

Dear Friends & Family,

On the 7th of June 2018, I will be undertaking another big challenge, The TransAtlanticWay bike race.

This is a self-supported 2,500km race from Dublin via the Wild Atlantic Way to Cork and I plan to complete it in 10 to 12 days.

Rain, windy conditions and relentless hills are expected throughout the route.. It will be a physically & mentally challenging journey.

For this race, I will be riding for charity organisation called Red Bubbles. They are a group of dedicated clown doctors who give the gift of joy to terminal ill children. Their goal is to raise RM25,000 for the running of their programs at hospitals under their care.

In support of this great cause to meet their goal of RM25,000, a contribution of RM10 per km is most certainly appreciated. Contributions can be made directly to the Red Bubbles account:

MAYBANK 5640 7000 2826
MAYBANK 5640 7000 2826
MAYBANK 5640 7000 2826

(Account Name: Persatuan Penghibur Kanak-kanak Buih Merah KL & Selangor)

Contribution notifications can be made via Whatsapp or email:

WA: +6019-266 5157
Email: drbubbles@redbubbles.org.my

Follow my adventure & dot and other racers at:
http://trackleaders.com/transatlantic18f.php

For more information:
www.transatlanticway.com
https://www.redbubbles.org.my

Lets support the noble efforts of these dedicated and cheerful clown doctors! giving seriously ill children the gift of joy!

Please help me share this post & spread the word!

Your support is most appreciated! Thank you.”

 

Above all, we pray for his safety during his 2500 KM journey and we hope he will arrive safely in Cork soon.
All the best Aedewan!

Aedewan just arrived in Dublin!

 

Aedewan prepares his bike for the charity endurance ride today.
Sending off Aedewan to Dublin at KLIA on 3rd June 2018

 

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