Metal Hammer Editor Alexander Milas, along with Sanctum Soho owner Mark Fuller and Iron Maiden manager Rod Smallwood are jumping back in the saddle to join the Truants for their charity bike ride 2014.
This will be the group's fourth cycling adventure and they are aiming to complete their goal of 100 miles in three days across the wilds of Cambodia in the name of Children In Need. Any money donated will all go to Nordoff Robbins, Teenage Cancer Trust, and Childline - every bit helps, and all help is sincerely, genuinely appreciated.
Alexander commentd: "A few years ago Rod Smallwood asked whether I had the guts to take on a ride through the desert for a good cause or three. It was the Truants Morocco ride to benefit Teenage Cancer Trust, Nordoff Robbins, and Childline. It gave me a cycling bug I just haven't been able to shake, and this January we'll be back at it to benefit kids facing cancer, kids who need a lifeline, and kids who can benefit from music therapy, and believe me the results are breathtaking."
This time we're hoping to bring the grand total of money earned over the years to over a million pounds, and we're asking for your help. The costs of my trip are covered with the generous support of my company TeamRock, so your donation will go straight to the charities who need it most. No amount is too small (or too large!) but if you've money to spare, I guarantee it'll be very gratefully received. Thanks very much!"
To donate to this magnificent cause, please click here.
If you can't support with a donation, you can still be a tremendous help to the group by helping spread the word, and every bit genuinely does help.
For more information on the Truants or the charities we're riding to benefit, please see the links below.