Another cycling update this week, in the form of the Bristol Bike Ride, taking place on Sunday 28, September.
The Bristol Bike Ride is perfect for those looking to support the Stroke Association and peddle either a 100, 65 or 20 mile journey for the charity.
Taking place on Sunday 28, September, this is a new cycling event for those with a good level of fitness and stamina – particularly for the 100 mile journey.
A new ride means an exciting new route, setting off from Blaise Castle, Bristol, it is an exciting circular ride, traveling the edge of the Cotswolds, towards the Severn. After this, you’ll make your way down the flats of the Severn Valley – near Berkeley Castle – and onto the finish!
All of this is taking place in support of the Stroke Association, the only UK wide charity solely concerned with combating stroke in people of all ages.
For more information on the Bristol 100 for Stroke Association ride, visit this link.
If you’d like to know more / sign up for the Bristol 65 / 20 rides, visit this link.
Don’t forget to check out social media pages for the event [Facebook], which will give both riders and spectators news tips and advice in the build-up to the big day.
We’d also like to point riders in the direction of our cycling blogs – 7 Tips to Cycling Success is great for those doing longer rides such as the Bristol 100.
A huge good luck to all participants from our team at Bike Bus!
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