Saddle up for charity with Bromswold Bike Fest in Cambs

15:53 02 June 2014

Urging people to saddle up are (from left) George Higgins, Bike Fest co-ordinators Carol Greed and Peter Mallace, Claire Newton and 23-month-old Savannah George.

Urging people to saddle up are (from left) George Higgins, Bike Fest co-ordinators Carol Greed and Peter Mallace, Claire Newton and 23-month-old Savannah George.

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Cycling fans are invited to saddle up for a charity ride in aid of three good causes.

The Bromswold Bike Fest on Saturday, June 14 features a choice of routes, all starting and finishing at The Green Man pub in Leighton Bromswold.

Circuits totalling two, seven, 15, 25 and 50 miles have been mapped out to attract novices, families and keen cyclists, with varying start times.

Back at the pub, there will 
also be live music including jazz and a blues band, fete-style games and a raffle with a top prize of £500 cash.

The charities to benefit will be Macmillan Cancer Support, Samuel Pepys School in St Neots and children’s charity Dreamdrops.

Funding for the ride has been provided with a cycle legacy grant from Cambridgeshire County Council and sponsorship from estate agent Peter Lane & Partners and Rutland Cycling.

INFORMATION: For more details on how to take part, visit www.bbf2014.co.uk or to support the event go to, www.justgiving.com/bromswoldbikefest.

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