a CYCLIST has pedalled from Vietnam to Cambodia as part of a charity trip to raise awareness of Parkinson’s disease.
Rosie Bond, 35, an occupational therapist from the Capital, cycled 310 miles in memory of her grandad, who had the condition. She said: “As I work with people with Parkinson’s I see first-hand how tough and how debilitating the condition can be.
“The experience of taking part in an overseas challenge is immense. Not only are you raising essential funds, but there is also the personal feeling of achieving so many goals.”