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THE weather may have been wet for the BONE-shaker MARROW-thon charity ride, but that  didn’t stop around 120 riders proving that biking really is in their blood. The 35-mile ride between Birmingham and Burton-on-Trent took place on Sunday, March 2, to raise money for blood cancer charities. The charity ride coupled with a family fun day raised more than £2,036-23 to be split equally between Cure Leukaemia, Anthony Nolan and the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham Charity.
Jennie Hoye (Cure Leukaemia), Adam Roy (Midlands Bike Marshals), BONE-shaker MARROW-thon organisers Stephen and Katherine Sinfield, Kevin Barnes (aka Barnsey Bro), Laura Power (QEHB), Sir Michael Flett, Julia MissEnigma, Angela Tarrant (aka Tweety Pie) and (front) Slyvester Unique (aka Sylvester)
The BONE-shaker MARROW-thon Virgin MoneyGiving page remained open after the ride resulting in some post-event donations. For the latest running total, click on the Virgin MoneyGiving icon.

BONE-shaker MARROW-thon cheque presentation