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Graeme Le Saux at the launch of The Real Man Cycling Challenge.
London’s first ever corporate cycling challenge - the Real Man Cycling Challenge - was launched with a photo call in Canada Square, Canary Wharf, by The Prostate Cancer Charity.
The Real Man Cycling Challenge aims to raise over one million pounds to help The Prostate Cancer Charity fight the disease on every front - through research, support, information and campaigning. Prostate cancer is now the most common cancer diagnosed in men in the UK - every hour at least one man dies from this disease.

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Phil Liggett and David Duffield joined ex-England footballer Graeme Le Saux and DJ Neil Fox in London?s docklands at the launch of the Real Man Cycling Challenge to be held on September 14.

The 34k closed-road event aims to raise £1 million for the Prostate Cancer Charity, which promotes awareness of, and researches, what is the commonest cancer diagnosed in men in the UK.

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