The Devil’s Hill 2010 Lifecycle Challenge participants cycled around 200 Km reaching the German borders on Wednesday after a three day cycle, two cyclist were injured bringing down the number of total participant to 41.
The participants arrived to Lugano on Tuesday night and are now close to the German Frontiers Favourite Channel News reports.
The Devil Hill’s Challenge is expected to take 12 days and cover 2,020 kilometre finishing off at Old Trafford Manchester United Football Stadium.
The money collected from this challenge will be used to by new equipment for the Renal unit in Mater Dei, improve psychological support and purchase cars which will allow physicians and nurses to do regular visits to patients.
Donations can be made through the website www.lifecyclechallenge.com or by texting 5061 7370 to donate €2.33, 5061 8920 for €7 and 5061 9229 for €11.65.
One can also phone 5004 9065 to give €10, 5004 9060 for €20 on 5004 9063 for €50.
Favourite Channel News reports in the following video:
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