Have you seen a penny farthing, two bikes and three blokes about Hampshire and Sussex country side?

If you have, it may have been local Everest climber, Tom Clowes, 49, from Fyning Lane, Rogate in training.

Tom and his two pals, Woody Ray, 70 and Simon Wells, 68 also from Rogate plan to cycle 300 miles along the Hebridean Way, in the Outer Hebrides, in May.

Their aim is to raise £10,000 for the Stroke Association, as all three men have lost family members to the disease.

The three cyclists talk to Noni Needs about the people they have lost and reveal the plan for their trip.


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Picture ©Tom Clowes

Tom Clowes, Penny Farthing
Simon wells, Tom Clowes, and a Penny Farthing and Woody Ray