Sunday 09 Mar 2014
BBC Radio Leeds presenter Graham Liver is getting on his bike and riding from Leeds Castle in Kent back to Leeds in West Yorkshire to raise much-needed cash for Children In Need.
The mid-morning presenter set off on Saturday 14 November, to cycle about 250 miles – broadcasting his show from five different BBC local radio stations along the way.
Graham said: "Me and my big mouth! I've never done any serious cycling before but somehow I managed to agree to this challenge live on air. The next thing I knew, my production team had got the bike and all the gear organised so there's no looking back.
"It's all for a great cause though, and I've got lots of creams and lotions to combat the chafing."
Graham started his challenge broadcasting from BBC Kent before setting off from Leeds Castle to London, and then Luton. During the week he will broadcast 9am until 12noon from BBC Three Counties, BBC Northampton, BBC Nottingham and BBC Sheffield before finally riding his bike from Wakefield to Leeds studios on Friday 20 November in time for his show.
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