Pedal power helps the helicopter to fly Members from Broughton Cycling Group (BCG) were delighted to present us a cheque for £4,800 from their cycling sportive and family fun day. We were selected as their charity of choice after the crew airlifted BCG member Adam Pearson to hospital, following a serious road crash last year. Speaking about BCG’s decision to support the service, Adam said: “I am so proud that Broughton Cycling Group, having encouraged me to recover from critical injury through cycling, has chosen TVAA as the destination for the fantastic total of £4,800 raised through the 2017 club sportive.” Sarah Sharkey, Supporter Fundraiser Manager, accepted the cheque on behalf of the TVAA. She thanked the club saying: "The support we have received from Broughton Cycling Group is amazing and we are so thankful for donations. It's brilliant to see a community rally round after hearing about Adam's incident." BCG Club Chairman Gary Stimson said “After the life-saving treatment Adam received from the TVAA, this is a charity close to our hearts and we’re delighted we’ve been able to support them in this way.” You can read our Survival Stories like Adam's on our website. The Broughton Cycling Group attracts riders of all abilities from all over Milton Keynes. To find out more visit www.bcgmk.org.