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Aimee’s fight against prostate cancer

 Aimee’s fight against prostate cancer

Although Aimee Fuller was born in Farnborough in the south of England, she is very quickly making a name for herself on the international snowboard tour as one of the up and coming new female riders. She learnt to ride in the USA, where she lived for a few years in her teens and was talent spotted by theRoxy crew on a Mt Hood summer camp. From that moment Aimee has been on track to make it to the top of women’s snowboarding.

Aimee was a Roxy Future Team member for three years before making it on to the main European Roxy Team and now travels the world competing, photo-shooting and filming with the other Roxy Team riders. She has already been to two European X Games and is definitely one to watch in any slopestyle competition.

Away from the snow, Aimee is sport mad and loves to keep fit in as many different ways as she has time to. She loves to surf, wakeboard, skate, run, cycle and go to the gym and is even a qualified fitness instructor. She also loves to travel and meet new people and explore new destinations. Aimee can often be found throwing it down, breakdance style, on the dancefloor and has come out top in many a dance off! Besides being good at all sports, Aimee is also a keen photographer and filmer and when she runs out of energy, which is not that often, she can be found taking pictures or filming the other Roxy riders!

In the past she has done 2 charity cycles a 70 mile and a 60 and this time It's 220! ”I'm cycling from Belfast to Dublin and back in 2 days for The Prostate Cancer Charity because my Grandad lost his fight, and this is for him”, she said. She is cycling with Andy Gilmer and some of the NDCC crew. Any support, no matter what the donation, will be greatly appreciated. She will do her best and will let you know how she goes when she arrives on the finish line back in Belfast this Sunday!

Thanks for taking the time to visit her JustGiving page: http://www.justgiving.com/cycling220milesin2daysaimeefuller