A Cumbrian Dad has successfully cycled from Kendal to the French hospital that saved his son's life.
Baby Bradley was born three months prematurely when his parents were in France around the time of Bradley Wiggins' success in the Tour de France.
Chris Warren has cycled 120 miles for 5 days with a friend, and then presented the hospital and other charities with over £6000.
He says his knees still hurt but it was worth it.
A father from Cumbria has set out on a fundraising cycle ride from Kendal to France, to raise money for the French hospital that saved his baby's life.
Chris Warren's son Bradley was born prematurely when his parents were on holiday - at the time Bradley Wiggins won the Tour de France.
So far, Chris has raised £6,500.
Cumbrian father Chris Warren is setting off on a 5 day cycle ride to France.
He is raising money for the hospital and charities that saved his son's life earlier this year.
Bradley was born 3 months premature when his parents were on holiday in France at the time Bradley Wiggins won the Tour de France.
Chris left Kendal at 9am this morning. He will do 120 miles a day.
A Cumbrian man is cycling to France to raise money for the hospital and staff that delivered his son and saved his life.
Bradley Warren was born early with serious complications while his parents were on holiday in France.
He is now a year old and fit and healthy.