Tour De Vale Bike Ride sign up opens!

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Wheel power are inviting people from Aylesbury Vale and beyond to take place in this year's Tour De Vale Bike Ride

Last year's race raised a whopping £56,000 across 1,409 cyclists.

Wheelpower hope, however that last years total can be eclipsed by the good work of cyclists and donations this year.

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Jo Hall, from Wheelpower said: "It’s a great community event with a really positive atmosphere and we’re really excited to see everyone getting on their bikes on Sunday 7 June 2020 doing their bit for a worthwhile cause. There’ll be medals for everyone who crosses the finish line and cyclists will be able to clock their personal best!’.

There are three different routes to choose from:

-110k Advanced Ride for experienced cyclists

-65k Challenge Ride with a few steep hills

-25k Fun Ride for all the family (capacity of 725 riders)

Funds from the Tour De Vale Bike Ride have helped support some of WheelPower’s biggest accessible sporting events throughout the year such as the Inter-Spinal Unit Games, National Junior Games, and Primary & Junior Sports Camps.

If you'd like to sign up, please visit www.tourdevale.comKris Aves, the hero police officer who intervened in the Westminster terrorist bridge attack in 2017 kindly attended the race last year and presented medals to people who completed their cycle routes.

He said: "Without things like the Tour De Vale Charity Bike Ride, Wheelpower just couldn't work. This ride helps fund the charity that gets people into sport, it's absolutely invaluable."

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Each route offers water stops and is equipped with marshals, first aid and support vehicles for your safety. With the 2,000 capacity expected to sell out, cyclists will be

urged to enter early to avoid disappointment. Entry fees range from £5 to £50 with discounts for early booking.

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