Bart Kiemeny is on stage in his Radboudumc cycling outfit, 3500 kilometers in his legs and surrounded by podium girls of ‘Daags na de Tour’. Because yes, professor Bart Kiemeney cycled the Tour de France. For more money on cancer research.
With over €47,000 on the counter, Kiemeney can see the Tour de France as a great success. Not only did he get close to his target amount (you can still donate!), but Bart was also one of the few to have covered the entire course of this edition of the Tour de France.
"Now I'm really not going to cycle the Tour anymore!” the professor writes in his epilogue.
Bart's Tour de FranceRead the entire epilogue on www.tourdefrancevanbart.nl or donate.
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