As the second anniversary since my Dad passed away from cancer have just passed and I have been given the wonderful opportunity to take Dave Cornthwaite’s Ice TrikeTrikey” for a spin I thought it would be a good idea to make a challenge out of it and raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support.

This is my second challenge for Macmillan Cancer Support in honour of my Dad and you can read about the first challenge here National Three Peaks Challenge
I was so overwhelmed by the support during my first challenge and would like to say thanks to everyone again.




The mission this time will be me tackling the beautiful Cornwall, I plan to stick to the smallest tracks and follow the coast all the way the round Cornwall or as close as Trikey allows me, I will be camping along the way but if any Cornwall peeps wants to offer a sofa, coffee, shower or power outlet then please get in touch 😉
A brief look at the map says I should be able to put about 500 miles on the clock during the 10 days I have available but as some of you will know I had a minor climbing accident three months ago and is taking this opportunity to put some fitness back in my life but I will listen to my ankle and take as many ice cream breaks as I need 🙂
Mode of transport: Ice Trike Sprint
To see Trikey in action, Click here 🙂

I only had 4 days from saying YES to Dave before I’m picking up Trikey and starting the adventure so please hurry with donations if you can here or share with your peeps 😉

Please share and remember any donation is hugely appreciated.

Much love Poul x


About brixpoul

A Dane on Adventures, Step-dad, photographer, all-round lover of the great outdoors & coffee. Fighting cancer through fundraising adventures.
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5 Responses to #TrikeCornwall

  1. bertrand touchette says:

    have a good time Poul, and take good care of trikey, i m taking him in August……hope everything is going fine with you.

    • brixpoul says:

      Cheers man, you’re lucky, he’s a good character and a brilliant piece of engineering 🙂
      Where are you taking him?

    • brixpoul says:

      My trip have finished now and I got the post trip blues 😦
      I don’t claim to be a trike expert now but if you have any questions please ask 🙂

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