As the Tour of Britain reaches its climax in Surrey on Sunday, elsewhere in the county, at the Top Gear test track, the Surrey Super Cycle is offering challenges from 100 metres to 100km catering for riders of all abilities.
The Surrey Supercycle is open to children and young people with disability, families and supporters and is suitable for all abilities and ages. Three routes are available from experienced cyclists to complete beginners. You can bring your own bike or borrow one of 40 adapted bikes from Wheels for All (includes professional support) and raise money for your chosen charity. There’s a full programme of activity taking place throughout the day.
Entry cost £5 in advance or £10 on the day (limited entries available on the day). To find out more and enter go to www.surreysupercycle.org.uk or call the Surrey Supercycle Team on 01737 779979.
The SurreySupercycle is a Community Games Event supported by Wheels for All and sponsored by Surrey County Council through Surrey Short Breaks. The Surrey Supercycle is organised by the Surrey Play and Leisure Consortium (10 Surrey charities offering short breaks for children with disability).