Among the 500,000 rugby fans travelling to Tokyo, one journey really stands out.
That of a 62-year-old British man diagnosed with bowel, prostate and skin cancer, all at once
Patrick McIntosh responded by getting on his bike and riding the 12000 kilometres from Twickenham to Tokyo.
Here’s a video from inside the Stadium. THANK YOU for follows, RTs & please make any donations here: https://t.co/9pCQOi2NgM It’s SO greatly appreciated. I am going to enjoy #cycling around #Tokyo for a couple of days before cheering on @EnglandRugby at #RWC2019 ! 🏴🚴♂️🇯🇵🏉🏆 5/5 pic.twitter.com/ixoILTlkZe— Patrick McIntosh’s Life Cycle (@KMGfoundation) September 18, 2019
“I’m the living proof that you can cycle around the world on a vegan diet, survive triple cancer and get on with your life as if nothing had happened,” he said.
His two-wheel trek began in May and took 139 days to complete.