Cycling Surgeons: a high-profile adventure in support of a life-saving initiative

How do you get from Glasgow to London?

This September, leading paediatric ENT surgeons are  crossing the country the hard way.  They’re putting down the scalpel and swapping scrubs for lycra, cycling hundreds of miles over hill and dale and hill in aid of Lifebox.

They’re raising funds for pulse oximeters and training desperately needed in hospitals where surgery is taking place without this essential monitoring.  Along the way, they’ll visit the country’s top children’s hospitals, raising awareness of the crisis of unsafe surgery which puts millions of children – parents – families – at risk.

The Cycling Surgeons know all too well that safe surgery saves lives – and they’re cycling a Very Long Way to help.

You can help them too!  Visit this page for updates and to donate.