Those who said no…

Sadly we live in economically uncertain times and for many companies and organisations it just simply isn’t possible to sponsor expeditions such as Cycling South America. Many already contribute to charitable causes and in some cases sponsor professional  teams, meaning that there is little left in the kitty.

The following is a list of companies who were unable to help but – for those that replied or showed any form of acknowledgement – have very kindly wished me every success in my future endeavours. I’ll update this list as the rejections come in…

Asda
Aviva
Babcock – no response received.
Barclays
BG Group
Brasher
British Gas
Cairn Energy
Craghoppers
Deloitte
Drake’s Cycles – no response received.
Easton Mountain Products – no response received.
Evans Cycles – no response received.
Gill – no response received.
Gore-Tex
Halifax – no response received.
HSBC
Icebreaker
Iridium
Leeds Building Society
Lloyds Banking Group – no response received.
Marks & Spencer
Millets
Mountain Equipment
Red Bull
Sainsbury’s
Salsa Cycles
SJS Cycles
Subzero – no response received.
Tesco
The Bike Shop – no response received.
The North Face
Tog24 – no response received.
Woodrup Cycles – no response received.
Yorkshire Bank – no response received.

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