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Warrington Guardian : Former Wolves star Gary Chambers cycles 112 miles for Reverse Rett

Former Warrington Wolves star Gary Chambers cycled 112 miles when he took on Britain’s hardest bike ride to raise funds for a neurological disease that is getting closer to a cure.

Gary, now an under 16s coach at the club, tackled the Fred Whitton challenge in the Lake District for Reverse Rett alongside charity founder Andy Stevenson, Warrington-born former Salford and Widnes forward Cliff Eccles and friend Dave Clements.

The Cumbrian native and company completed the challenge in 11 hours on August 12.

Gary, who made 210 appearances for Warrington over 11 seasons before hanging up his boots in 2000, said: 'It’s Britain’s hardest ride and it takes in all the highest passes in the Lake District. It was tough, we’d done bits before and done a lot of training, we made good time on a difficult road, it took us 11 hours'

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