Danger in the Dolomites

February 11, 2014  |   Charity   |     |   Comments Off on Danger in the Dolomites


OCKRIM’S OLYMPIANS are off again. This time the team of 14 from University College Hospital, London will be attempting one of there toughest challenges to date. The Dolomites in North Eastern Italy will provide a stunning backdrop for this awesome challenge


This tough and exciting long-distance bike ride will cover around 200 miles over 4 days.  Setting off from Cortina d’Ampezzo located in an Alpine Valley at the top of the Valle del Boite in the heart of the Dolomites.Ockrim’s Olympians will attempt to cycle all the way to the city of Venice while not only raising vital funds but also raising awareness and breaking down the taboo’s surrounding urological conditions.


If past challenges are anything to go by then coping with heat, wind, thunderstorms, altitude, the dark, fatigue and sleep deprivation, along with several major mountain ranges will all be part of the course for the intrepid team  in this lung busting ultimate cycle challenge



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