David Knight - 21st June 2010

They've spent over 50 solid hours in the saddle since they set out early last week, they've travelled about 800km, they've done about 70,000 ft of climbing, and have endured hypothermia-threatening snowstorms in sub-freezing temperatures - all for the Leuka charity's battle against leukaemia.

Now the Fireflies - that intrepid squad of superstar cyclists from the advertising and production industres are nearing the final stages of their mammoth epic journey across numerous peaks of the French Alps from Geneva to Cannes.

They are due to arrive in Cannes on Wednesday (possibly just in time to watch some football match). You can see more pics of their remarkable 2010 tour- which involved the toughest conditions ever faced in ten years of the Fireflies on Day 3, from Val Disere to Valloire - on the website. And of course there is still time to sponsor members of the team, like Phil Tidy, here.

David Knight - 21st June 2010

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