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Heart of England Bike Ride

Event Details

Heart of England Bike Ride

Time: July 16, 2017 from 9:30am to 4pm
Location: Packwood NT House
Street: Packwood road
City/Town: Lapworth, solihull
Website or Map: http://www.knowleanddorridgel…
Phone: 08458335894
Event Type: family, charity, fundraiser
Organized By: dave carter
Latest Activity: Mar 14

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Event Description

Enjoy a great family day out cycling along quiet country lanes exploring the wonderful Warwickshire countryside with numerous villages with refreshment stops. Organised by Knowle and Dorridge Lions this event, now in its 12th year, offers an opportunity to help raise funds for the British Heart Foundation with a choice of signed routes (12, 18, 30 miles) or chalenge all 3  = 60 miles from Packwood House, Solihull B94 6AT and suitable for riders of all ages and abilities. After your ride explore the beautiful National Trust Packwood House and gardens, and enjoy the Lions BBQ. Full details and entry via www.knowleanddorridgelions.com/bikeride

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Comment by Savlona on March 14, 2017 at 10:44

Hmm, wonder if I can get the boys round the 13 mile one...?Tempted, definitely.

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