A MAN from Croydon is swapping business suits for lycra alongside a team of managers from Selco Builders Warehouse branches to embark on an ambitious 100-mile coastal cycling challenge. Paul Asquith, the Croydon branch manager on Mitcham Road, will join 15 others to cycle the Norfolk and Suffolk coastline. He said: "It won't be an easy feat to complete the 100 miles but we will be all there as a team spurring each other on. "Motivation will come from the knowledge that the money will help our chosen charity to deliver the much-needed support. "Some of us are more used to getting on bikes than others but regardless of our previous experience, this will be a personal challenge for us all. "We are grateful for all of the support and donations we have received so far and hope to meet our target." Since 2012, Selco colleagues, employees and suppliers have amassed a massive £100,000 for Macmillan Cancer Support and have this year pledged to raise an additional £50,000. Selco, the leading building supplies, equipment and tool provider, nominated Macmillan as its chosen charity and has raised in excess of £130,000 since 2012. Other fundraising initiatives planned for the year include golf days, 10km runs and marathons, plus a nominated match at Selco-sponsored rugby Super League side London Broncos.
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