Ten space available to represent us at the Liverpool-Chester Bike Ride and raise funds for Cycling Projects.
On Sunday 2nd July, it is the 2017 edition of the Liverpool-Chester-Liverpool bike ride. A non-competitive bike ride covering a range of distance from 5 miles to 100 miles. With 2.5 miles taking place underneath the River Mersey in the tunnel, which is a fantastic experience (and traffic free for the ride). We currently have ten spaces, each with free entry to the ride itself! Any funds raised will go straight into the charity.
The ride takes place for the most part on the Public Highway but also uses cycle ways and paths is in its 24th year. Showing how popular the ride is and how unmissable the chance to ride for the good of the charity is.
For more information on the ride itself, such as routes and times, visit the Liverpool Chester Bike ride page. For details on how to get involved riding for Cycling Projects please use the information below.
If you would like to get involved in the ride please get in touch as soon as possible, as the ride is quickly approaching!
Via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Via phone: 09125 234 213
We would like to thank Pennine Events for the ten spaces and the support they have given us. As well as giving us a stall at the Countess of Chester part of the ride to promote who we are and what we do.