A team of cyclists from Sheffield University are cycling nearly 1,000 miles in nine days for charity – while wearing clothing which eats pollution.
The 969-mile ride from Land’s End to John O’Groats has already raised more than £20,000 for Deafness Research UK.
A team of 20 cyclists have embarked on the journey wearing special jerseys treated with a ‘photo catalyst’ that eats pollution.
Team captain Professor Tony Ryan, who pioneered the idea of wearing pollution-eating clothing, said: “Cycling is such a green way to travel across the country but using the catalytic treatment on our kits means that our riders will actually be leaving a trail of fresh air right across Britain, removing some of the pollution caused by cars.”
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