Two riders take on the ultimate cycling challenge

Ted Bowler and Ed Cree aim to raise a significant amount for the main beneficiary Coram, the UK’s first children’s charity.

Ed Cree, Director of Asset Management for Canada Water at British Land

Working on the Canada Water regeneration project of 46 acres of land, Ed’s role is to ensure the vacant possession strategy is implemented and income is retained in the interim period, considering the phasing approach and temporary use strategies. He’s worked at British Land for 10 years, previously at Asda Properties and Pillar Properties.  Meeting new interesting people in an endurance challenge whilst helping vulnerable children find some stability in life in his main reason for riding.

Ed has previously completed a charity ride cycling from Preston Lancs to London, and a couple of 100m Sportif rides but most prior to signing up for the ride he was enjoying a gentle Sunday morning cycle around The Chilterns and Woburn Abbey.

Ted Bowler, Associate Director - Surveying at Broadgate Estates

Ted currently provides surveying expertise and manages and coordinates the site based teams at a portfolio of trophy buildings and estates in the City and an award winning Business Park in Reading. He’s worked at Broadgate Estates for nearly two years and has over 13 years experience in the property industry including roles at MJ Mapp, Savills and MEPC.  Having completed the ride in 2016, this year Ted has set himself a personal challenge to complete the whole distance, hoping he won’t be stopped from heavy rain or wintery conditions. Being able to improve the lives of vulnerable children is his main motivation for taking part in the ride along with the opportunity to meet other property professionals.