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Johnson King is a European PR and communications consultancy that specialises in the technology sector.
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After three days and 220 miles of cycling we eventually made it to the Eiffel Tower. On the way we had some great fun and a breathtaking ride through northern France, though I must admit, I did have my doubts as we gathered in Windsor for the start of the... Continue reading
Posted Jun 14, 2010 at Cycling to Paris
There’s been a lot happening over the past month since the last blog update. First and foremost, the main news is that we’ve now reached our fundraising target of £2500. We’ve had tremendous support and, once again, we’d both like to say a really big thank you to each and... Continue reading
Posted Apr 6, 2010 at Cycling to Paris
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Mar 15, 2010
We’re getting quite into this cycling lark now and gradually getting fitter. The bikes have been in for their first, free service and feel smoother now that the gears and brakes have settled down and been adjusted. The bloke in the bike shop told us off for ‘riding too roughly’.... Continue reading
Posted Mar 10, 2010 at Cycling to Paris
We’ve reached a couple of significant milestones. By far the most important is that our fundraising total has risen to £2,000, meaning we’ve already achieved 80% of our final target. A great start, particularly as we’ve been going for less than a month. Of course this is entirely down to... Continue reading
Posted Feb 25, 2010 at Cycling to Paris
We’ve reached a milestone – our bikes have arrived. We were like a couple excited kids when we picked them up from the bike shop and wobbled off down the road narrowly avoiding the passing traffic. Strange as it may seem, when I agreed to do the London to Paris... Continue reading
Posted Feb 22, 2010 at Cycling to Paris
About us We're a couple of novice cyclists who have just completed a charity bike ride from London to Paris to raise money for the National Autistic Society. We’re supporting the NAS because a very good friend of ours has a son who has autism and we’ve seen firsthand just... Continue reading
Posted Feb 22, 2010 at Cycling to Paris