Emma Osenton has co-ordinated with Stephen Smith for a print- and frame- service for the most-Epic most-shared image of the 2017 #3pxc – see below for details

 

From @steph3nsmith Are you ready to relive the climb over Simon's Fell? Thanks to all those who showed interest in my picture, taken from our marshalling point at the bottom of Simon's Fell at this years 3 Peaks. With all proceeds going to RideForCharlie I will be selling a A3 print for £10, this includes the cost of the print and a £5 donation. For an extra £3 I'll post it to anywhere in the UK. There is also a Framed Print for £20 but unfortunately I can't post this out. If you would like a print, please comment below and we can arrange payment and delivery details, I think the easiest method is Paypal. I'll be able to take any purchases to YCCA for the rest of the YCCA Winter Points Series, I'll also be at the National Trophy, Bradford Peel Park in December. Thanks to Emma Osenton for all her help getting this done and arranging great deals with the Printers/Framers in Hebden Bridge. Please could I have any orders by Tuesday 31st October.

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Are you ready to relive the climb over Simon’s Fell? Thanks to all those who showed interest in my picture, taken from our marshalling point at the bottom of Simon’s Fell at this years 3 Peaks. With all proceeds going to RideForCharlie I will be selling a A3 print for £10, this includes the cost of the print and a £5 donation. For an extra £3 I’ll post it to anywhere in the UK. There is also a Framed Print for £20 but unfortunately I can’t post this out. If you would like a print, please comment below [on Instagram here] and we can arrange payment and delivery details, I think the easiest method is Paypal. I’ll be able to take any purchases to YCCA for the rest of the YCCA Winter Points Series, I’ll also be at the National Trophy, Bradford Peel Park in December. Thanks to Emma Osenton for all her help getting this done and arranging great deals with the Printers/Framers in Hebden Bridge.