The North West Cancer Research incorporating Clatterbridge Cancer Research Circle of Hope Bike Ride is back for its sixth year. Set against the spectacular backdrop of North Wales and Cheshire, this challenging fundraising bike ride is open to experienced cyclists and novices alike.
Two entry levels – 100 and 50 miles – means participants can choose the challenge that suits them. The 50 mile routes follow the first part of the 100 mile route through the picturesque and undulating valleys and mountains of Flintshire, Denbighshire and Wrexham. As the 50 mile route tails off after a climb over World's End, the 100 mile participants will head towards the south of Wrexham to complete a less challenging second half, cycling through the rolling hills of the Cheshire countryside via Cholmondeley Castle and Beeston Castle, before heading back towards Hope via the picturesque and winding Welsh country lanes.
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