Latics team up with RRG Peugeot
Latics this afternoon teamed up with RRG Peugeot to launch their Comic Relief Cycle Challenge, which is the Red Nose Day event at the Oldham dealership.
Whoever has covered the most distance within the 10-minute timescale by close of play on March 24th, wins the use of a Peugeot RCZ for a one-week period, inclusive of insurance and a tank of fuel.
Striker Daniel Taylor and 'keeper Alex Cisak were on hand to launch the week-long promotional event by racing each other over a 10-minute period in their showroom exercise bike challenge.
Taylor went first clocking up an impressive 8.1 kilometres. Cisak then took to the bike and pipped the young striker with a distance of 8.2k to the applause of the crowd gathered in the showroom.
"Good luck to Latics for Saturday's home game against Bournemouth and for the rest of the season from all at RRG Peugeot Oldham."
as part of the RRG big event. It's just £1 to enter with all proceeds going to Comic Relief and whoever rides the furthest in the 10 minutes of allocated time will receive the use of a brand new Peugeot RCZ Sports Coupe for a week. th "The challenge continues until March 24
Mike Knowles, from RRG, said: "RRG Peugeot Oldham would like to thank Oldham Athletic, and in particular goalkeeper Alex Cisak and striker Dan Taylor, for their support of our Comic Relief Cycle Challenge.
"Hopefully the challenge will raise plenty of money for a great cause. Thanks to Mike and the team at RRG for inviting us down.”
Oldham Athletic's Sales and Marketing Executive David Broadbent added: "It's great to be able to support these events. The players enjoyed it and there was a definite competitive edge between the two of them!