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Somerset Cycle Rides

posted 10 Jun 2010, 10:45 by James Chant   [ updated 10 Jun 2010, 12:48 by Mike Smith ]

On the last day of National Bike Week, 27th June, I will be running loads of rides from Taunton. The idea is to involve as many folk as possible, so there will be family rides from 15 miles upwards, and two great rides for committed cyclists of 63 and 100miles. The 100 miler takes in Cheddar Gorge, the beach between Brean and Burnham, and The Quantocks.

Full details are on our website  http://www.movingsomersetforward.co.uk/events/somerset-cycle-rides

The start will be from the Bicycle Chain in Chip Lane, Taunton (gold star start at 9am, other rides from 9-11am ) and route cards for stamping and maps will be provided. Emergency mechanical back-up will be supplied, to encourage less experienced cyclists.

I do hope you will be able to join me on that day, and there will be a superb cyclists goody-bag for all riders.

Please pass this email on to all your cycling friends!

Kind regards

Michael Dennis

Environment Directorate

Somerset County Council

County Hall, Taunton, TA1 4DY

01823 35 8239   07919 540610  mgdennis@somerset.gov.uk