Longridge and North Preston Rotary bring back 100 mile bike challenge

Longridge and North Preston Rotary Cycle Challenge 2021

The Longridge and North Preston Rotary are organizing their sixth charity cycling sport for local causes.


Last year Rotary raised £3,000 for prostate cancer research and hope to host another successful event.

Bookings are now open for the event, which has an entry fee of £20 and takes place on Sunday July 24.

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Participants have a choice of three routes – 44 miles, 100k and 100 miles, all of which start at Longridge Civic Hall.

After 25 miles, the shortest route returns to Longridge. The 100km and 100 mile routes continue past Grizedale Forest and Stocks Reservoir in North Yorkshire to Keasden.

The 100 mile route continues through Clapham and Ingleton then over the falls and into Cumbria to Dent.

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Participants can decide which day of the route they wish to undertake.

You can find out more and register here.

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