Are you ready for secone Ribble Valley Ride?

Ribble Valley Ride cyclists. (s)
Ribble Valley Ride cyclists. (s)
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Anyone with a bike is invited to gear up for the second annual Ribble Valley Ride to raise money for the Rosemere Cancer Foundation.

Taking place on Sunday, June 14th, the ride is subdivided into three sportives – a 100-mile expert course for committed cyclists, a 60-mile enthusiast course for experienced riders and a 25-mile challenge course for those who enjoy biking as a fun day out. All routes will start and finish at Oakhill College, Whalley.

The fully-marshalled non-competitive event, which has food and watering stops along each route, has been organised by the Rotary Clubs of Clitheroe and Accrington. Entry fees are £25 per person for the 100-mile course (£30 on the day), which takes riders into the Yorkshire Dales, £20 for the 60-mile route (£25 on the day) and £15 (£20 on the day) for the 25-mile route, which visits some of the Ribble Valley’s prettiest villages including Bolton-by-Bowland, Downham and Pendleton and is open to anyone aged 12 or over.

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