The MKFM Tour de Vale Postponed

Wheelpower said it was 'with a heavy heart' that they had decided to postpone the Tour De Vale.

Monday, 1st March 2021, 9:33 am
Wheelpower said it was 'with a heavy heart' that they had decided to postpone the Tour De Vale.

In a statement released to the Bucks Herald, Wheelpower said: "In light of the current lockdown and with so much uncertainty remaining it is with a heavy heart that we have decided to postpone this year’s MKFM Tour de Vale Charity Bike Ride to Sunday 19th September 2021."

After much consideration and ongoing discussion with their partners they said they believe that this decision is the correct one, in order to protect the health and wellbeing of the participants, supporters and volunteers, as well as the WheelPower and Stadium teams.

Jo Hall, Ride Director said: “We are very much looking forward to the 2021 Tour de Vale alongside our new title sponsor MKFM and hope that this decision will reassure you of our commitment to this year’s event.

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"The Tour de Vale is our biggest fundraising event of the year and we are very hopeful that in September we will be able to put on a fantastic celebration of cycling as we welcome you back to Stoke Mandeville Stadium.

"In the coming months we will be working hard to make sure that all plans are put in place so that our riders are able to enjoy this day in a safe and happy environment.

"We hope that you can join us on Sunday 19th September for an all ability bike ride around the beautiful Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire countryside."

For all the latest information on this year’s event please continue to check Wheelpower's social media channels and website www.tourdevale.comhttp://www.tourdevale.comPlease note: Entries for this new date will open shortly.