Take part in Two Wheels for Woodlands training ride from Brampton

10:00 24 May 2014

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The first evening training ride for cyclists taking part in Two Wheels for Woodlands takes place on Thursday (May 29).

Experts will be on hand to teach those taking part how to ride long distances as well as meeting other cyclists who will be riding in the charity event, starting at Alconbury Weald, bike ride at from Alconbury Weald on June 29.

The training ride will starts at the Black Bull, in Brampton, at 7pm. The ride will be about 25-30 miles long.

INFORMATION: To sign up, email info@wheelsinwheels.com.

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