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Alan is Riding from Land’s End to John o’ Groats

Anatune Chief Operating Officer Alan ‘Kryptonite Brand’ Lockley has decided it’s a good idea to ride his bike a hideously long way in 8 short days.

We’ll be keeping all his adoring fans updated on his progress over the next week. If you want to join them both, follow us on LinkedIn. Expect chafing, pints of lactic acid and forced smiles as he traverses the extremities of Great Britain.

In all seriousness, being in the saddle is Alan’s happy place so he needs no extra incentive to get this done. If, however, you want to make this trip even more satisfying, you might consider a small donation to Macmillan Cancer Support via our JustGiving page.

They do amazing work providing specialist health care, information and financial support to people affected by cancer and it’s a charity Alan cares for dearly.

Stay tuned for updates as they come in over at our LinkedIn page.


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