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Paramedic Adam to ride 338 miles in charity cycle

You may remember critical care paramedic Adam Nash from our post on him when BBC 3’s Junior Paramedics was airing, where we talked about Adam’s claim to fame – that he lectured the stars of the BBC show.

Now we’re excited to announce that Adam and two of the student paramedics he teaches are taking up their bikes this June for a gruelling charity cycle.

They plan on cycling from Edinburgh to Northampton – that’s 338 miles – in just 24 hours, while raising money for Warwickshire & Northamptonshire Air Ambulance.

Adam, Alex Quibell and James Windross hope to raise the enormous sum of £10,000 with their NoSleepin TheSaddle ride on 26th June.

To support Adam and his amazing students you can visit their JustGiving page here. To keep up with their training and see their pictures on the day, follow #NSITS on Twitter and Instagram and like them on Facebook by clicking here.

They have also set up their own website where you can follow their blog posts.

About 44% of our rescue missions are to road traffic collisions.

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