Chris Wilmshurst

Carter Jonas Pedalthon + Walkathon 2020

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I'm raising money to support young homeless people

I am taking part in the Carter Jonas Virtual Pedalthon + Walkathon to raise money to help support young people who are homeless. 
The Covid-19 crisis has had an immense effect on all of us, on our daily lives, our businesses, our sense of security. The impact of the pandemic can be felt even more acutely by the young people. Shelters are facing new unprecedented difficulties, and many young people who don’t have a home are faced with an all too real threat of rough sleeping.
LandAid bring the property industry together to support charities delivering life-changing services for young people who are or have been homeless, or who are at risk of homelessness in the future.
We need your support more than ever, please donate whatever you can.

My Updates

I did it! Just

Sunday 27th Sep
I had been putting off the ride until the end of the month in the hope that some of my energy and core strength would return. Fat chance. 10 miles in and I was already thinking about doing it in stages rather than a single hit. By the 20 mile mark I knew I was in trouble and headed in the direction of home so that I was at least close to be picked up when necessary. But I just kept thinking about the next mile and then the next and tried not to think about all 40 in one go. It worked and finally I got back to my road only to find I was 2 miles short. Anyone looking at my Strava will see a ball of spaghetti around my house where I cycled in circles and loops to make up the deficit. Actually managed 40.7 miles in the end. I am utterly exhausted, my legs are screaming at me but I feel very smug too! Thank you to everyone who sponsored me. It really kept me going when I felt I had nothing left. I thought of you all. It’s not too late to still chip in. Chris x

I need goals right now!

Sunday 6th Sep
Somehow, somewhere I managed to catch Covid 19 in March. Trust me, you do not want it! I'm one of the lucky one's, I dodged the bullet. Just. Pre Covid, cycling 40 miles would be a doddle, something to do before breakfast. But not now. I've been on my bike twice in the last nine months, cycling less than 20 miles on both occasions. The experience left me so exhausted that I was in bed by 8.00 and slept for 12 hours. So 40 miles is a big ask, but an achievable target nonetheless. And the cause is a great one too, and will be worth all the effort. Thank you for your support. Chris W

Thank you to my Sponsors




Steven Sensecall

Well done Chris. Really sorry I couldn’t join you. Steven


Rachel Wilmshurst

Best of luck - great cause! X


Julie Wilmshurst good to see you back on your bike...big love💙


John Stewart

Go knobby, go!


Jane Macpherson

Well done Chris! Such an amazing achievement after what you have been through 🙏🏻


Huw Mellor

Chris 1 Covid 0 Really, really very well done. Cheers Huw


Alfred Wilmshurst

Well done Chris


Edwin Antill


Stephen & Penny

Well done Chris, a mammoth effort.


Natasha Eliot

Good on you Chris (and no we can't let commercial beat us!)


Emma Jewson

Good luck Chris; great to see you're back on form.


David Rivers

Keep it up !!!!!!!!!!


James Bainbridge


Peter Canavan


Carla And Darren Gardiner

Great charity and good luck! This Covid has a lot to answer for!!!!


Sian And Anton

A huge thank you to Sian and Anton x


Guy Thomas


Katherine Jones

Well done on the 40 miler!!


Hannah Wilmshurst

Good on you Dad! Good luck xxx


Bob Paterson

A worthwhile charity Chris. Good luck.


Henry Swailes

Well persevered Chris! Sounds like it was a tough reintroduction to the saddle


Oliver Neagle

All the best Chris. Great to see you back on your bike!


Nicky Brock

Good luck Chris. Enjoy!!


Michael Wilmshurst

Good luck Dad!


Marisia Lane

Good luck Chris x


Lizette Stone

Well done for taking part after being so poorly. Good luck. x


Roger Cox

Good luck