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Join Rik Waddon for the Hearts and Minds Challenge

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Hearts and Minds Challenge | Get into sportives
Published: 16 July 2014

Hearts And Minds Challenge together with Cycle Surgery Manchester are urging people to join them in a fantastic cycling event in July 2014.

Taking place on July 20 the bike ride will start and finish at the stunning grounds of Capesthorne Hall and will raise money for the Sale-based charity which helps families with autism.

Participants can choose from an intermediate route (53.5 miles) to an advanced course (74 miles) both warming up with a rolling 12 miles through the heart of the Cheshire countryside.

Riders will be joined on the day by Paralympian Silver medalist and Hearts & Minds Patron cyclist Rik Waddon. Rik will be leading the way as the course heads off towards Bosley, Buxton and The Goyt Valley taking in some spectacular scenery. The advanced course takes in just over 3500ft of climbing, no mean feat and great for those who want a challenge.

All running costs for the event will be covered by sponsors Cycle Surgery, meaning every penny of your registration fee will be used to support families living with autism in the UK.

Cyclists who register for this event will also be entered into a prize draw for a new carbon road bike and receive a voucher giving 10% discount off all none sale accessories and clothing at the Manchester Cycle Surgery store.

Hearts & Minds Challenge will also have a Family Fun Day at Capesthorne Hall on the day where families and friends of those involved in the bike ride can be entertained whilst awaiting their return.


All event registrations will be entered into a free draw to win a new Fiat 500 car. The draw will take place at the 2014 Hearts and Minds ball.



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