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Cycle Challenge in aid of The Stroke Association

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Get on your bike for The Stroke Association's annual Castle 2 Castle Cycling Challenge.

A family friendly ride through the villages of Gloucestershire. A sponsored bike ride with flexible routes to suit all abilities - you decide!

Starting at Berkeley Castle: 42 miles, 21 miles, 10 miles (loop) and starting at Chepstow Castle: 42 miles, 21 miles.

For further information or to request a registration pack call: 0117 953 1200 or email: c2ccyclingchallenge@stroke.org.uk

Telephone: 02920524425
Contact name: Bridget Stadden
email: bridget.stadden@stroke.org.uk

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