Super-human effort by young charity cyclists
TWO teenagers have completed a sponsored cycle ride dressed as superheroes.
Fifteen-year-old Jordan Mould and 14-year-old Sam Redfern donned Superman and Batman costumes for their trip to Bath to raise money for Breast Cancer Care.
The two teenagers from Emerson's Green raised close to £600 in total in memory of Sam's grandmother, who passed away after developing breast cancer.
Jordan, who attends Mangotsfield School with his friend Sam, also has a grandmother who has survived breast cancer.
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The duo set off from Emersons Green Retail Park at 9.15am yesterday morning.
Despite the early snow and biting cold the teenagers completed the ride in just under six and a half hours.
They followed the Bristol to Bath cycle path, covering a distance of around 11 miles.
Sam and Jordan generated support from school friends and family for their first ever charity fund raising event.
To donate to Breast Cancer Care through Sam and Jordan visit www. justgiving.com/SamandJordan.