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Genpax CEO Julian Hardy Joins Cycling Challenge from Scotland to Rome for Motor Neuron Disease

Updated: Jun 11

Our CEO, Julian Hardy, is currently taking part in the 'All Roads Lead to Rome' cycling challenge in support of the 'My Name'5 Doddie Foundation' and Motor Neuron Disease. He is accompanying the Cycling Farmers Team from Scotland, specifically Oban, to the heart of Rome.

Last year, the Doddie 555 ride raised £850k for Motor Neuron Disease research, and this year, the cycle aims to generate substantial funds to assist individuals impacted by Motor Neuron Disease.

Please follow the journey in real-time and consider directly donating to MN5DF, with every penny going to MND research.

Track their progress on social media using this tracking link and donate if you can by clicking here.

Join us in making a difference and supporting a cause that truly matters.



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