15 January 2019

It's a boy's dream: cycling the Tour de France. Bart Kiemeney, RIHS director and chairman of the Radboud Oncology Fund, wants to do it.

In July, Bart will cycle every stage one day before the pros ride it. With the aim to raise 50,000 euros of sponsor money for the Radboud Oncology Fund.
Read the interview (in Dutch) with Bart on Intranet here.

You can support his action! For more information: www.tourdefrancevanbart.nl

 
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