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CYCLISTS pedalling 2,000 miles to raise charity cash will have their progress monitored all the way thanks to a Leeds company.

This year’s Pedal for Parkinson’s charity cycle ride - which began yesterday - is to have its progress watched using vehicle tracking equipment donated by Leeds-based Remote Asset Management (RAM).

Pedal for Parkinson’s founder David Greaves said: “It’s brilliant that our very loyal supporters will be able to see exactly how we are progressing; we’ve not been able to do this before.”

Our picture shows RAM’s head of operations Lee Beardshaw with David Greaves.

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