In May the owner of Argon Computing and nine of his friends and colleagues will cycle to Paris from Essex wearing peronalised cycling jerseys, designed and donated by Graham to complete the challenge.
Said Graham: “Our business specialises in producing branded promotional goods and clothing so it made sense and was easy for me to support the team in this way. They’ve been training hard for such a good cause and as long-standing customers of mine it was the least I could do to help.”
Marfan syndrome is an inherited disorder of the body's connective tissue that affects men, women and children. Children and adolescents with Marfan syndrome look and feel different, and restrictions are imposed on them because of their poor eyesight, painful joints and cardiac problems.
Team Argon will be setting off from outside the shop in Southend Road at 7am on the 19th of May and hope to cover the 220 miles to Paris within three days.