iHus, the UK’s leading granny annexe builder, is showing its commitment to the Royal British Legion and Armed Forces Community by supporting team iHus in this year’s Pedal to Paris. 

The colleagues, together with hundreds of other competitive and recreational riders, will be cycling through beautiful English villages and into the stunning countryside of rural France, before reaching Paris, covering a gruelling 460km.  

Trevor Smeaton, Maria Smeaton, Chris Walker, Steve Batty and Tom Gregory will be setting off from the heart of London on Thursday 1 September, hoping to complete the intense route over the following four days, and raising essential funds for the Royal British Legion’s Poppy Appeal. 

Commenting on behalf of the team, iHus chief executive officer Trevor Smeaton said: “Pedal to Paris is more than just a cycle ride, it’s a truly inspirational experience for myself and the team involved. This bike ride will be a real challenge for us, but we are committed to achieving our goal whilst raising funds for this fantastic charity. A huge thank you to all those who have already donated!”  

The team have set themselves a goal to raise a minimum of £1,500 each for the charity in sponsorship money. More information on how you can help them reach this target can be found here https://gofund.me/e4d1f25a