Air Malta supports LifeCycle Challenge 2018
Air Malta is proud to support the LifeCycle Challenge 2018. This annual event is a gruelling mountain bike challenge of 2,000km, normally completed over 10-12 days in different countries every year.
This challenge, considered to be one of the 10 most arduous cycling challenges in the world, is organised by LifeCycle (Malta) Foundation, an NGO founded 20 years ago to create awareness and generate support for patients suffering from renal disease.
To support this noble initiative, Air Malta’s chairman Dr Charles Mangion presented a donation to the founder of LifeCycle, Alan Curry and chairperson Dr Shirley Cefai, in the presence of all cyclists participating in this year’s Arabian Nights challenge.
A total of 25 cyclists signed up to attempt this year's challenge which will see the team cycling all the way from Dubai (UAE) to Salalah (Oman) this October. They will be supported by a team of drivers, helpers, a physiotherapist and a camera person.
The airline wishes all participants success in this challenge and would like to thank them for their dedication, support and commitment towards this noble cause. The airline is proud to be associated with LifeCycle and its endeavours to collect funds to assist renal patients and their families. The airline’s participation in this and similar activities highlights Air Malta’s commitment to the community.
You too can support the Foster Clark’s LifeCycle Challenge 2018 by donating at https://goo.gl/7bhRLU
Air Malta’s chairman Dr Charles Mangion presenting the airline’s donation to the founder of LifeCycle, Alan Curry