14 May Stephen “Guido” “Wheato” Wheaton
Stephen “Guido” “Wheato” Wheaton
I signed up for the very first tour de Legacy back in 2013, at the time having little idea of what Legacy was about simply because of my love of riding a bike.
It didn’t take long to realise during that first ride how important and how much it meant to Legacy members what we were doing was, and, as I learnt more and more about Legacy and spoke with lots of different people we met along the way I realised that what we were doing was so appreciated by those people.
This cemented my belief and continued support for Legacy, and being able to contribute in such a rewarding way gave each Tour de Legacy experience an extra dimension of fulfillment which I think each of us all thrived on, knowing what we were doing meant so much to those involved.
So to be a part of this 2018 Tour where we will ride from London through parts of the western front and culminate with an opportunity to experience the Centenary of WWII Armistice at Villers-Breronneux which was such an iconic, significant part of history is going to be such a humbling experience which I am honoured to be given the opportunity to be a part of.