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The Challenge - London to Amsterdam - three days by bike from Central London to the RAI Exhibition Centre in Amsterdam where the vast majority of the Broadcast Industry meet to showcase their wares.

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Morning came on so soon and we were all up attending to our bikes, cleaning off the grime from the previous day, lubricating as appropriate and checking out tyres for flint and shards that had become lodged in, making sure we were giving ourselves as good a chance as we could to avoid puncture along the rest of the way, needless to say we picked up more punctures on the way, with Mike Casey winning the “King of the Punctures” Jersey with 5.

Jemma had kindly washed our jerseys overnight and they were waiting for us as we filed into breakfast, to refuel for the days ride ahead.

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The Challenge - London to Amsterdam - three days by bike from Central London to the RAI Exhibition Centre in Amsterdam where the vast majority of the Broadcast Industry meet to showcase their wares.

donation page for IBC2IBC

 

The ride in various forms had three earlier editions and this year the IBC2IBC 2013 was set over three days with the lion’s share of the mileage and the climbing scheduled for day 1. An interesting detail ways that as the ferry route to Oostende was no longer operating we had an extra 40 miles added onto our first day as we routed from Dover to Dunkirk to make land fall on the continent.

We all assembled in Shoe Lane, just off Fleet street and I was joined by four other members of my cycling club “Bigfoot” swelling the number to fifteen for our cycling odyssey. We were all issued with our lycra tops for the event and allocated Boxes for our essentials that we good get to during the ride from our support vehicle, all nicely named to avoid confusion.

From 6th to 8th September Glyn Bartlett, Head of Sales of Vector 3, took an active part in IBC2IBC London to Amsterdam 300 miles' cycle race for a good cause.

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Glyn Bartlett and an intrepid group of riders set off from the IBC Head Office in Central London for the 300+ mile ride to the RAI in Amsterdam arriving on Sunday afternoon. The race was a great success for the organization and as Glyn stated it was developed in a very friendly environment.

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