Pinarello Bikers present £264,000 to Alder Hey Children’s Charity

Published on: 3rd June 2016

Sambro’s Nikki Samuels and his team have completed their charity bike ride across France, smashing their £250,000 target.

alderhey480Nikki, Naresh Abrol, Simon Showman and Bobby Arora from B&M completed the 600km cycle to raise money for much-needed neurosurgery equipment.

Presenting a cheque for £264,001 to the hospital, the team were delighted to meet Benedetta Pettorini, one of the consultant neurosurgeons at Alder Hey. Benedetta is one of the surgeons who will be using the new equipment purchased with the donation, leading the research to help make surgery even safer and less invasive for young patients.

Nikki Samuels commented: “We would like to extend our sincere thanks to everyone in the toy industry who donated to this amazing cause. This generosity really spurred us on throughout the bike ride as we saw the funds increasing by the day. We are really proud that this money will be used to help patients at Alder Hey – a brilliant hospital that leads the way in neurosurgery for young patients.”


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