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(From Bristol Evening Post)
The organisers of a charity bike ride from Bristol to London are launching an emergency appeal for more than 2,000 bananas as a worldwide shortage of the fruit means the cyclists may go without.
The Action 100 annual bike ride takes place every year with hundreds of riders taking to the A4 on August Bank Holiday Sunday.
Part of the vital support network involves providing bananas to riders along the way, but the fruit is in short supply this year due to the hurricanes which lashed the Americas last year.
Bananas are an invaluable aid to helping cyclists ride long distances, helping restore glycogen levels and …