Charlie Adam backs Stoke City, Rangers charity bike ride

Charlie Adam of Stoke during a Pre Season Friendly between Stoke City and Genoa at Britannia Stadium on August 10, 2013
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Charlie Adam calls on Stoke City and Rangers fans to take part in a charity bike ride.

Stoke City midfielder Charlie Adam has given his backing to a charity bike ride that involves both the Premier League outfit and Scottish club Rangers.

Fans from both clubs are planning to take to the road to raise cash for the Stoke City Community Trust and Rangers Charity Foundation following last year's success.

"I would urge as many fans of both clubs as possible to take on the challenge," Adam told the club's official website

"I know that last year's event united fans from both clubs and local charities benefited enormously from the efforts of the cyclists. It's a wonderful initiative that deserves as much support as possible."

The group will cycle 300 miles from Ibrox to the Britannia Stadium.

Sunderland manager Gustavo Poyet remonstrates with referee Kevin Friend during the Premier League match between Stoke City and Sunderland at Britannia Stadium on November 23, 2013
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