GOLD MEDALLIST GETS ON HIS BIKE TO THE HELP CHILDREN IN THE NORTH WEST 2009: Anglia Midlands

GOLD MEDALLIST GETS ON HIS BIKE TO THE HELP CHILDREN IN THE NORTH WEST

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be contacted on 0870 124 0866 Journalists can access stories via the Press Association wire service or online at: Find out about other community stories on: Olympic gold medallist Paul Manning is asking people from the North West to join him in a cycling event next month. Bike Unite is a 37-mile bike ride from Manchester to Liverpool, organised in support of The New Children's Hospital Appeal and the Alder Hey Imagine Appeal. Cyclists will set off from Salford Quays and travel along the Manchester Ship Canal and the Trans Pennine Trail, before finishing at Calderstones Park in Liverpool.

Paul, 34, who won Gold at the 2008 Beijing Olympics in the cycling team pursuit, said: "Bike Unite is a great event to get involved in. Cycling can be a brilliant day out and this event is all about children and raising money to make a difference to them and their families while they are in hospital.

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