Auctus Management

Team Auctus participate in 'Pedal to Paris' for a third year

Celebrating 100 years of The Royal British Legion in support of the Armed Forces Community and 25 years of the annual 'Pedal to Paris' fundraising event, members of Auctus Management Group Ltd - and its subsidiary businesses - will yet again assemble ‘Team Auctus’ to take on the intense 460km challenge across the UK and France.

The team will cycle from London to Paris on a four-day charity bike ride, raising essential funds towards The Royal British Legion charity's Poppy Appeal. 

As proud Armed Forces Gold Covenant Award members, they work in partnership with schemes that help ex-forces members transition into a new and progressive career that matches the skills and attributes they have developed.

With the growing skills shortage, the company collaborates with the UK’s Ministry of Defence to give people leaving the Armed Forces the chance to retrain and build a successful career within the rail and infrastructure sector.

The Royal British Legion is a charity which provides support for members of the Royal Navy, British Army, Royal Air Force, Veterans and their families.

Being an avid supporter of the Royal British Legion, the company raises money for this worthy cause whenever it can, with all donations going towards supporting those in need within the Armed Forces community.

This year’s team features:

Richard Toy, Sean Harrison, Andrew Coates, John Handley, Martin Benson, Simon Capper, Graham Talbot, John McDonough, Brian Hopkinson, Steve Broadfield and Ryan Spence.

The team have all set themselves a goal to raise a minimum of £900 each for the charity in sponsorship money, as they look to surpass the £20,000+ raised over the last 3 events.

Each rider has set up a JustGiving page which is linked to the Team Auctus Page.

For more information or to donate money to their riders, please follow the link:

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