Warrington man’s bike ride backs Danny Jones fund

Warrington man James Howes is asking for suppport this weekend, as he takes on the challenge of cycling from his hometown to Wembley.

He will leave the Halliwell Jones Stadium on Thursday morning, accompanied by two friends, and will look to reach Wembley Stadium in time for the kick off of the Challenge Cup final.

Howes will be putting himself through the ordeal in order to raise funds for both the Warrington Wolves Foundation, and the Danny Jones Defibrillator Fund.

Warrington play Hull FC in Saturday’s Challenge Cup final.

“As many of you may already be aware, I have bravely/foolishly decided to take on the challenge of cycling from Warrington to Wembley for this year’s Challenge Cup Final on Saturday August 27,” said Howes.

“Leaving The Halliwell Jones Stadium on Thursday morning, I will be joined by two other cyclists as we attempt to complete 226 miles in time for the kick off at Wembley Stadium. 

“As with all challenges, I am not simply attempting this for fun because I will be raising money for two fantastic charities that change and save lives, the Warrington Wolves Foundation  and The Danny Jones Defibrillator Fund.”

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