Raising vital funds for the WRCT, Lewis took in some of Wales' most stunning landscapes as he crossed the country and was delighted to finish and reach his fundraising target.
"It's been fantastic," he said. "It has been a big effort but it was great to see Wales at its best.
"We began in Holyhead on Sunday afternoon and then we were up early on Monday morning as we left Bangor and rode the 92 miles through Snowdonia down to Aberystwyth.
"We then headed to Swansea and then Cardiff, there have been some tough bits, Snowdonia was a challenge and we hit a 20% incline as we left Bangor, but it's been great.
"Importantly it was all about raising money for severely injured rugby players in Wales. We have twenty players who are currently being looked after and supported by the WRCT and the generosity of so many people has been fantastic to help me reach my target."
Set up in 1972, the trust is managed by ten trustees and is supported by the WRU in its fundraising activities and by an annual donation. There are currently 20 players in Wales who have suffered serious spinal injuries playing the amateur game. The Trust works with all of the injured players to help improve their quality of lives and relies on public donations.
For the challenge Lewis joined Nottingham University's Life Cycle 3 ride for the Welsh leg of their epic 1,100 mile event. The Life Cycle 3 ride is raising money for Stroke Rehabilitation and visiting every capital city in the U.K and Lewis made a personal donation to the charity for the privilege of joining them in Wales.
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