The staff team at Rinnai, the UK leader in hot water heating units and systems for all commercial and residential sites, have raised several thousand pounds for the British Heart Foundation after completing the recent London to Brighton Bike Ride.
The Rinnai team was part of the 15,000+ cycling enthusiasts, who took the 54-mile course to raise money for the BHF.
The London to Brighton Bike Ride is the British Heart Foundation’s flagship event, starting from Clapham Common in London and finishing on the Brighton Seafront.
Rinnai MD Tony Gittings said the team trained hard for the event, but that it is still a long, tough ride if you are not a dedicated cyclist.
He added that the whole Rinnai team finished and conquering Turners Hill and the steep Ditchling Beacon were ‘serious achievements’.
“It was fantastic – and a relief – to reach the finish line and be greeted with loud applause and then we had our own celebratory party after where we got our collective breath back!”
Rinnai produces the widest and most comprehensive range of continuous flow water heating systems and units for the commercial marketplace.
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