Arr helps Gallagher Road To Twickenham cycle challenge raise more than £30,000

Former Warriors scrum-half Jonny Arr was among a group of cyclists who helped to raise more than £30,000 for rugby charities, including Warriors Community Foundation and Wooden Spoon by pedalling 750 miles and visiting 11 Premiership Rugby grounds.

The week-long Gallagher Road to Twickenham cross-country cycle challenge saw a total of 650 cyclists ride from Newcastle to Twickenham, arriving at the home of English rugby in time for last Saturday’s Gallagher Premiership Final.

Arr was among the core group of cyclists who rode every mile of the journey to raise money for local Premiership Rugby Foundations and Wooden Spoon, the children’s charity of rugby.

Sixways was one of the Premiership grounds visited by the cyclists en route to Twickenham.

“The riders were an inspiration and demonstrated our core values of passion, integrity, teamwork and fun throughout the 750-mile journey,” said Sarah Webb, CEO of Wooden Spoon.

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