The Great Big Bike Ride, 2011.

Start Date:
4th September 2011

End Date:
4th September 2011

Start Time:
Phone for details.

End Time:
Phone for details.

Event:

The Great Big Bike Ride.

Date and Time:

Sunday 4th September 2011

Where:

Shawbury Village Hall,

Church Street,

Shawbury.

SY4 4NZ

Tel: 01743 –  354450.

Email: appeals@severnhospice.org.uk

More Info: The Great Big Bike Ride returns on Sunday 4 September with two brand new routes. The closing date for the event is Friday 26 August 2011.
As the event is now in its fifth year we have decided to shake things up a bit. The ride will now start and finish at Shawbury Village Hall. The new 50km route now explores Poynton, Roden, Rodington, Longdon on Tern and Muckleton. This route is only open to cyclists over 14 years. Anyone under 16 years must be accompanied by an adult.
Attingham, Berrington, Eaton Constantine, Great Wytheford and Rodington. This route is only open to participants aged 18 years and over. The new routes have been designed by The Bicycle Hub in Jackfield.

After feedback from the 2010 event we will be signing the routes on the day, which will tie in with your route description. We will not be issuing printed maps for the Bike Ride as you can now have a  map personalised to you through the links below. You can choose the number of pages which your map is printed on, allowing you to have as much or as little detail as you require.  You can also get a GPS downloadable version for the day.

Registration is £12.50 for the 50km route and £25 for the 100km route. All you need to do to secure your place is click here:
Alternatively you can contact the Appeals Department on 01743 –  354450 or email appeals@severnhospice.org.uk for a paper copy of the registration form.

All cyclists are asked to bring a puncture repair kit on the day. The organisers of the event cannot take any responsibility for the conditions of the roads out on the two courses. Please be prepared for some pot holes and loose surfaces. The routes have been designed to give the rider the best views of the surrounding countryside.

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