Latest Update: 3 Grand Tours Has Now Ended But My JustGiving Page Is Still Open

11th May -
2nd June

3,235 km
121h 26′ 13″
26.6 km/h

22nd June -
15th July

3,333 km
120h 23′ 55″
27.7 km/h

17th August -
8th September

3,331 km
125h 40′ 05″
26.5 km/h

 
 
 
 
 

About 3 Grand Tours For Teenage Cancer Trust

My name is Kyle Martin and welcome to 3 Grand Tours For Teenage Cancer Trust, a non-profit fundraising website. In 2013 I have challenged myself to cycle 10,000 km in 63 days when I will attempt to solo cycle the 3 Grand Tours of Europe – the Giro d’Italia, Tour de France and Vuelta a España.

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Just like my Tour de France For Teenage Cancer Trust ride in 2012 it is a memorial cycle ride for my late father Bob Martin and once again I’ll be cycling as a fundraiser in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust, a charity devoted to improving the lives of teenagers and young adults with cancer. In 2012, with help from family, friends and local businesses, we raised £5,464.63. In 2013 we’d like to raise £10,000 – as little as £1 for each kilometre cycled.
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About Teenage Cancer Trust: Their Vision And Their Strategy


Teenage Cancer Trust has a vision, a future where young people’s lives don’t stop because they have cancer, where they’re treated as young people first, cancer patients second and everything they do aims to improve quality of life and chances of survival.

Teenage Cancer Trust lead the world in the care of young people with cancer. Together with these young people, their families and the passion of their supporters, they’re challenging the NHS and transforming lives.

  • They bring young people together so they can be treated together, by teenage cancer experts, in the best place for them.
  • They educate young people about cancer and work with health professionals to develop their knowledge so they can improve the speed and quality of diagnosis.
  • And by funding research and working with their partners in the NHS, government and organisations both nationally and internationally, they strive to improve survival rates.
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    Giro d’Italia
    May 2013

    • 96th edition of the race
    • 7 days after the grand depart
    • 21 stages
    • 2 rest days
    • 3 time trials
    • 7 flat stages
    • 11 medium or high mountain stages
    • 5 summit finishes
    • 38 rated climbs
    • 2,758 m high point (Passo dello Stelvio)
    • 3,455 km total distance

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    Tour de France
    June & July 2013

    • 100th edition of the race
    • 7 days before the grand depart
    • 21 stages
    • 2 rest days
    • 3 time trials
    • 7 flat stages
    • 11 medium or high mountain stages
    • 4 summit finishes
    • 28 rated climbs
    • 2,001 m high point (Col de Pailhères)
    • 3,404 km total distance

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    Vuelta a España
    August & September 2013

    • 68th edition of the race
    • 7 days before the grand depart
    • 21 stages
    • 2 rest days
    • 2 time trials
    • 6 flat stages
    • 13 medium or high mountain stages
    • 10 summit finishes
    • 39 rated climbs
    • 2,410 m high point (Port de Envalira)
    • 3,359 km total distance

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