Cogs4Cancer day five: Aranzano to San Remo

Stage four sponsored by: IBW International Bunkering Worldwide 
Kilometers ridden: 129km
Kilometers to go: 80km 

The penultimate day of the superyacht charity cycle ride, Cogs4Cancer, saw the seventeen cyclists, including Yachting Pages’ MD Steve Crowe, cycle for five and a half hours from Aranzano to San Remo. 

The fifth stage, sponsored by international bunkering company IBW, took the cyclists on a picturesque route through Loano and Savona, before finishing at San Remo.

Steve Crowe, managing director of Yachting Pages commented, “Keeping the focus on our superyacht roots, we made a stop off at the marina in Imperia where we were greeted and treated to a fantastic Gatorade and champagne reception by Griff’s brother who is captain on superyacht “Imagine”.”

The team reached the Riviera-style city of San Remo at 4.00pm, which is coincidently home to the world’s longest professional one-day cycling race, the 298km Milan-San Remo classic. 

Yesterday marked the final day that the team will be riding alone as tomorrow sees 70 other riders joining the group for the Cogs 4 Cancer Tribute ride. 

Currently at €193,335 of their €200,000 target, the riders have just 80km to cover on tomorrow’s tribute ride.

To donate please visit the Cogs4Cancer Just Giving page or for more information, please visit Cogs4Cancer.

Follow the riders on the Cogs4Cancer Facebook page.

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