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Nottingham City Ride entries now open

Notts City Ride - Cycle Live 2014

Entries are now officially open for the Nottingham City Ride which takes place on Saturday 20th June 2015 as part of Cycle Live Nottingham.

The family friendly rides, which consist of a choice of 2.5, 7.5 or 10.5 mile routes, start and finish at Nottingham’s Victoria Embankment and are all predominantly off road, enabling young children and people who are new to cycling to be able to take part.

Chris Simon, Event Director of Cycle Live Nottingham said: “We are delighted to announce that the Nottingham City Ride is returning in 2015. This event has been really well received since we first introduced it in 2012 with a 100% increase in participant numbers last year.

“The flexible nature of the event, with families able to choose their start time and the distance best suited to them means that taking part can fit around existing commitments. It also means that parents can ride with their children on the Saturday before taking part in the Great Notts Bike Ride on the Sunday if they wish.”

Early bird entries for the Nottingham City Ride cost £5 for adults and £1 for children. All riders will receive an event goody bag on return to the event village on Nottingham’s Victoria Embankment.

After finishing their ride, riders will also be able to enjoy the host of activities, entertainment and concessions which form part of the event village all weekend. The weekend culminates with the Great Notts Bike Ride on Sunday 21st June and entries are open for the 25, 50 and 100 mile rides.

For more information on Cycle Live Nottingham or to enter any of the rides, please visit www.cyclelivenottingham.co.uk.

Posted on 04 March 2015

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