Stephen King, TTF President and SCA Timber Supply commercial director, took part in the Prudential RideLondon 100 cycling event on Sunday 4th August, to raise money for Mind, the mental health charity.
The charity was nominated by the Simpson family in memory of SCA‘s former managing director, Rob, who died last year.
King was riding with the 20,000-strong amateur cyclists’ group, finished the 100 mile course, including Box Hill and Leith Hill, in just under seven hours.
As an extra bonus, he passed London Mayor Boris Johnson, who was having problems in Cobham.
This is King’s 5th Sportive 100-mile event, comprising three UK events and two attempts at Sweden’s Vattenrundan. His Ride London cycle has so far raised over £900 for MIND, and donations are still welcome at: http://www.justgiving.com/Stephen-King9