Fat Bottomed Boys & Girls charity bike ride raises over £90,000

TIP’s charity fundraising effort for this year is now finished, with this year’s cycle ride raising £93,111 for the Douglas Macmillan Hospice in Staffordshire.

In June, a team of nearly 50 TIP customers, staff and partners from across the UK and Irish transport industry embarked on the ‘Game of Thrones’ challenge to cycle 300 kilometres from Split to Dubrovnik, Croatia in 3 days.

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The ‘Fat Bottomed Boys & Girls’ team tackled busy city centres, blistering heat and around 10,000 feet of hill climb along the Dalmatian Coast in order to complete the challenge.

A huge thank you goes out to the FBB&G team, our official sponsors and to all those that supported this years fundraising effort.

Fat Bottomed Boys & Girls

The 9 fundraising escapades across Europe over the last decade have helped raise £520,000 for various charitable causes.

Again, thank you to all those that have participated in and supported TIP’s Fat Bottomed Boys & Girls over the years.

Read the Press Release for more.

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