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Sunday 24 Sep 2017 
At Westonbirt School, near Tetbury, Gloucestershire GL8 8QG

Have a challenging and scenic day out on your bike
- whilst helping children in Africa get to school!

A non-competitive cycle challenge with a choice of 5 fully signposted courses:
     30 miles
     50 miles
     70 miles
     90 miles
     100miles. 

All riders who complete their chosen challenge, sign in at all the Feed Stations and raise a minimum of £10 for Bikes4Africa will be entered into a Prize Draw.
There are also prizes for teams. 

The Cotswolds is well known for its beautiful countryside, gentle wolds, with river valleys, water meadows, beech woods and sleepy limestone villages. A mix of flatlands, rolling hills and sharp escarpments makes this area very special for bike rides such as the 
JOLE RIDER COTSWOLD SPORTIVE. 

The event is centred on Westonbirt School, house and gardens, set in acres of stunning parkland with superb facilities for an event of this type. It is located close to the historic market town of Tetbury, known for its boutique shops, and a town rapidly becoming Gloucestershire's centre of cycling.

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You will be taken to the event page on the British Cycling website
which provides full event details and the system for online registration  

EVENT SUMMARY: Autumn Cotswold Sportive

  DATE AND VENUE:
       Sunday 24 Sep 2017
       Westonbirt School, Tetbury, Gloucestershire. GL8 8QG

  
HOW TO ENTER:
       Entry to the event is by British Cycling's online registration system.
       You will need a British Cycling user account which is free to set up.
       Here is a list of frequently asked questions about British Cycling's online
       registration system
      You can also enter on the day
      For details of this click on BOOK NOW

  FUNDRAISING:
       Fundraising for this event is welcomed but optional.
       Entry fees and funds raised will go to Bikes4Africa

  ORGANISER:
       jole rider in association with 
British Cycling
        
 

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