Sean on the Road

Help for Heroes Cycle Ride

I have now taken part in three Help for Heroes Battlefield Rides -

2016 Big Battlefield Bike Ride 2016 - Ypres to Verdun
My next Challenge for Help for Heroes
Support me if you can on my charity page for Help for Heroes, Sean Jack -  Team Ted is a group of people who have ridden together for 4 years raising miney for H4H

If you would like to Sponsor me/Team Ted my link is HERE - Thank you

I have taken part in the HELP FOR HEROES Cycle Ride from Paris to London in June 2013 covering around 440 miles and have cycled from Belgium to Paris in June 2014 covering around 350 miles. 2015 I did a 2 day ride from Warminster to Windsor.

2014 - The ride will be from Brussels to Mon, Mons to Arras, Arras to Amiens, Amiens to Compiegne and Compiegne to Paris to Finish our European ride, finally we will reuturn to London and meet up with 1000 Hero Riders for our Celebration ride in to London, with our final service at the Cenotaph. We were accompanied by the Australians and Canadians and as usual they were great companions. I rode the whole ride with 4 other great people all had personal reasons for doing the ride and I salute you all, James Simmonds, Sara Thorne, Mandy Falloon & Guy Bettesworth. We are now great friends and on our journey we adopted the name Team Ted (Help for Heroes Bear I was carrying) and we had many highs and lows along the way.
This was a big a challenge as last year and will probably hurt even more, but I shouldn't complain as many more people are worse off them me.

2015 - I will be doing the Help for Hero's DIY Ride with Team Ted - 5 of the riders have been with me in the last 2 years on the Battlefield rides and we have now 7 new members who will travel with us from Warminster to Windsor in June so a total of 12 riders all fund raising for H4H


2016 - Ypres to Verdun - June 2016

The Journey

Target 2014 - We have a target of £2500, you the public have been great with your generosity its amazing how you have found that extra pound, as this is the second time I'm askng for help I understand if I'm asking too much, but every little helps - Thank You so much.

Where are we going - Starting in Brussels we head for Mons on the first day, then Mons to Arras, Arras to Amiens, Amiens to Compiegne, Compiegne to Paris, followed a transfer to London, meet up with 1000 more cyclists and travel into London for our final service at the Cenotaph and finish up in Horse Guards Parade.
This will be a great challenge with some fantastic people, I must remember to cycle on the right hand side while in Fance I don't want another bad bike accident one is enough

I would like to say thanks all of the Physio's who helped me get back on my feet, I'm not a good patient, Andy Glover and Adrian Parsons - Cheers!

WHY DO THE RIDE - THIS IS WHY

You get the opportunity to ride with some fabulous people.
You are raising money for people who have put their lives on the line for you.
You learn so much about yourself and others.
You realise that maybe your life isn't that bad after all.
You will have friends for life.
It will get you emotionally in so many ways, shed a tear, have a laugh, but always Remember
Its a fantastic adventure - just do it!

Hero Riders

Recovery Centres

Help for Heroes runs four Recovery Centres across the country which form part of the Defence Recovery Capability - a partnership between Help for Heroes, The Ministry of Defence and The Royal British Legion.
The Recovery Centres are there to inspire, enable and support our wounded, injured and sick, and their families, for the rest of their lives.
The Centres provide a launchpad-to-life where the wounded and their families can access psychological, financial and employment support, all in one place.

  • Colchester
  • Catterick
  • Tidworth
  • Plymouth