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Wolverhampton Marathon Bike Event

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Wolverhampton Marathon Bike Event

Time: September 5, 2010 from 9am to 12pm
Location: West Park
Street: Park Road West
City/Town: Wolverhampton
Website or Map: http://www.wolverhamptoncitym…
Phone: 01902 577 000
Event Type: marathon
Organized By: wolverhampton city marathon
Latest Activity: Jun 29, 2010

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Event Description

Wolverhampton City Marathon :

( 20km Bike Race / Ride through partially closed roads starting on NCN Route 81 )

Route map :
http://www.wolverhamptoncitymarathon.co.uk/route/

Wheelchairs : 9am
Bikes : 9.05am
Relay runners : 9.10am
Marathon : 9.15am

£11 adults
£7 <18

Includes t-shirt / goodie bag / medal

Chip timer sent in post with number.

CLOSING DATE FOR POSTAL ENTRIES : 28th August

Entry Form :
http://www.wolverhamptoncitymarathon.co.uk/documents/public/EntryForm2010web.pdf

NO RACE DAY ENTRIES DUE TO THE CHIP TIMING

From their website :
"Cycle event - appeals particularly to families. The cycle event has grown beyond expectations and is now one of the most popular events."

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