Father and son duo, Jordan and Vincent Knapp, Engineers from our Hull office, are taking part in an upcoming charity bike ride on June 23rd to raise funds for P.A.U.L for Brain Recovery and Brain Tumour Research.

Teaming up with 40 fellow riders from Hullensians RUFC as part of ‘Phil’s Pedal Party ’24’ Jordan and Vincent are gearing up for an exhilarating journey across the iconic Humber Bridge as they join the Humber Bridge Cycling Sportive event and aim to cycle 41 miles, in the hope of helping to fundraise an impressive £15,000.

‘Phil’s Pedal Party ’24’ has been organised by Phil, a member of the Rugby Club who is suffering from a brain tumour.

Jordan shared:

“A huge thank you to Morson Projects for their generous donation of £500 to sponsor the groups jerseys for the charity bike ride. This amount will make a valuable contribution to these two charities who are committed to battling brain-related illnesses and promoting recovery.

“’Phil’s Pedal Party ’24’ isn’t just about cycling; it’s about making a tangible difference in the lives of those affected by brain tumours and supporting crucial research efforts. The event promises a fun-filled, non-competitive atmosphere, which we are looking forward to embracing!

“For anyone local wanting to come along, there is also a BBQ and live music at Hullensians Rugby Club open from 2pm for anyone who would like to join in the fundraising or show their support.”

Please join us in supporting Jordan, Vincent, and the entire team as they pedal for a cause close to their hearts.

To learn more about ‘Phil’s Pedal Party ’24’ and to make a donation, please visit their fundraising page below:

Your support will make a meaningful difference in the fight against brain tumours and in promoting brain recovery.