Monthly Archives: March 2011

New Information – A full Team List for the first time

We have produced a list of the 14 stages so that everyone can see which stage they are doing and who they will be cycling alongside.  Please post a comment (click on ‘leave a comment’ just below this paragraph) if … Continue reading

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Warwickshire Ride is a Drain on energy…

On Sunday the 20th of March Simon Hackett and Scott Ronaldson took part in the Solihull Cycling Club 60 mile reliability trial – a test of endurance over a specified course and to a pre set time to see who is … Continue reading

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Be Afraid…..

The Scottish stages are giving our riders a bit of a scare; sometimes ignorance is bliss…. Check out the graph detailing the climbs our guys will encounter on stage 1.  You can find it on ‘The Route’ page.

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New Sponsorship Form

For all those participants who wish to collect donations using a paper form we have added a sponsorship form to the ‘Get Involved’ page.  It is in the standard Macmillan format with an additional bit of background about the Challenge; you should be able … Continue reading

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Exhausted Ben has youth on his side…

Here is a piccie of Ben Gaunt after cycling forty miles through the hilly parts of Cheshire.  As he definitely classes as one of the younger riders we are hoping Ben’s youth will be on his side!  

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Richard gets on his bike

After much rest and mental preparation, Richard and his family get on their bikes for the Mark Rylance Challenge.

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Calling all riders and drivers

Now is the time to book your accommodation and sort out your transport logistics.  Your first port of call should be to speak to other riders and drivers on your stage to discuss arrangements.   Please refer to the accommodation schedule and let … Continue reading

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