23 May 2011


Some people may have noticed that I’ve not been blogging so much since the earthquake and I’ve received countless of emails asking what’s going and if I’m ok.

Well I’m alive and well but unfortunately was made unemployed from my job that basically provided me with the means to race with Fuji-Cyclingtime.com. However, I’ve been very busy working on lots of little projects one of which I really would like to share with you all.

My friend Laurent an amateur cyclist often takes parts in charity rides in Europe to raise monies for charities and this year is no different. He will be taking part in the CARE; London to Paris Cycle Challenge on June 30th 2011.

Laurent’s fund raising efforts will be directed to the CARE project here in Japan in one of the worst hit areas of the Great Kanto-Tohoku Earthquake and donations are desperately needed.

Over the next few days and weeks I will be writing a series of blog entries covering Laurent’s amazing efforts to not only raise awareness but also donations for CARE.

Please support Laurent anyway you can and follow the link HERE to pledge a donation!

1 comment:

David L. said...

Thanks James.

We all support Laurent and his endeavours and wish him the very best!