B-Tech’s Daniel Horan takes on charity ride with Midwich


B-Tech Project Manager Daniel Horan will be representing B-Tech on a charity ride with Midwich on 12th – 13th September, riding a total of 135 miles from the main office at Midwich to the Ascot Racecourse, arriving in time for the opening marquee event for Technology Exposed 2023.

Horan is one of 21 riders in a team raising money for their chosen charity. Horan’s chosen charity is the Stroke Association.

Stroke Association are there to support people to rebuild their lives after a stroke. They believe everyone deserves to live the best life they can after a stroke. They provide specialist support, fund critical research and campaign to make sure people affected by stroke get the very best care and support to rebuild their lives. Rebuilding lives after a stroke is a team effort. It takes the determination of stroke survivors and carers, the generosity of supporters and the dedication of the healthcare and research communities to get there.

The team of riders will complete a mammoth 79 miles, setting off from Midwich Group HQ in Diss (Norfolk). The route will take them cross country, via Cambridge, eventually arriving at Sound Technology’s HQ in Letchworth (Hertfordshire).

On day two riders will weave past notable landmarks, including Windsor Castle before arriving at the finishing line at the Royal Ascot Racecourse having completed 56miles on day two – Having completed 135 miles (217km) we’ll l arrive at Royal Ascot on day one of the Midwich showcase event, Tech Xpo 2023.

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