Riders' pedal power raises money for good cause

Aneta Brzakova and Helena Deakih rode out from Oxpens Meadow. Picture: OX68101 Simon Williams

Aneta Brzakova and Helena Deakih rode out from Oxpens Meadow. Picture: OX68101 Simon Williams Buy this photo

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HELENA Deakih and friend Aneta Brzakova were among more than 200 people in a charity bike ride yesterday.

The Oxford 100/50 challenge saw participants start at Oxpens Meadows and ride through the scenic Cotswold hills, taking a 100-mile or 50-mile route.

Ms Deakih, 39, of Berinsfield, said she and Ms Brzakova, 22, raised £150 for the Thames Valley & Chiltern Air Ambulance Trust. She said: “Aneta came after I asked her to do it with me – it’s nicer to do these things with friends.”

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