Dolphin cycling team wearing Blind Veterans jerseys


Staff from Dolphin's Worcester office cycled through torrential rains to successfully complete RideLondon-Surrey 2014. Dolphin's team, including 2 blind riders, have raised around £3,000 for Blind Veterans UK.

"Our entire team is delighted to have completed the course raising cash for Blind Veterans UK" explains Dolphin's Dave Williams, one of two blind riders from Dolphin who completed the course.

The vicious tail of Hurricane Bertha brought thunder, heavy rain, gusting winds and water logged roads to much of the 86-mile route.

Team members looking happy with their medals at the end of the race"One of the tyres on our tandem exploded miles from anywhere!" Dave explains. "Eventually we found a replacement, battled biblical rains and were delighted to complete the course."

Thousands of spectators also braved the adverse weather to line the streets of London and Surrey cheering on the 24,000 cyclists who took part.

A massive thanks from Dolphin to everyone who has supported the cycling team raising money for Blind Veterans UK. It's not too late if you want to donate online at:

About Blind Veterans UK

Blind Veterans UK provide a lifetime's worth of practical and emotional support, regardless of when people served or how they lost their sight. They get members back on their feet, helping them recover their independence and discover a life beyond sight loss.

For many years Blind Veterans UK have been working with Dolphin to provide accessible and easy to use computers for people with sight loss to remain independent and connected with friends and family all over the world.

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