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All Black captain Sam Whitelock, head trainer Nic Gill and assistant coach Brad Mooar are set to ride bikes for 24 hours to raise money for Bowel Cancer Prevention.
The three are taking on the challenge of peddling for 24 hours on a stationary Watt Bike while in MIQ after returning from the All Blacks Northern Tour yesterday.
They're doing it for All Blacks logistics manager Kevin "Chalky" Carr, who passed away from cancer in 2018.
The Chalky Carr Trust, set up in his name, provides practical support for cancer sufferers and their whānau. Gill, Whitelock and Mooar are getting on their bikes to kick-off efforts to raise $100,000 for early bowel cancer detection.
Sam Whitelock spoke with Simon Barnett & James Daniels while riding the bike.