Bollington BikeFest is returning for the sixth year in a row, and will be setting off from Adelphi Mill once again.
This charity bike ride will bring around 300 riders to race across three different routes, cycling to raise money for some fantastic causes.
Riding for charity
The main beneficiary of the event is the East Cheshire Hospice. There are a number of other good causes which will also benefit from the proceeds, which will be raised from entry fees.
Setting off from Adelphi Mill on the 3rd September 2017, the cyclist will enjoy friendly competition, a chance to ride with a large group of others, and the knowledge that they are benefitting those in need.
The ride has been organised in association with British Cycling, Macclesfield and District Lions Club, Bollington Town Council, and Girl Guiding UK Cheshire Border. It is sponsored by The Cooperative, ITG Group, RollerBannersCheap.co.uk, and The Bollington Brewing Co.
How to enter
There are three different routes to consider if you want to take part in the ride. These are the Grimshaw Grueller, The Bolly Bash, and Twenty is Plenty.
The entry fee is £20 if you want to take part in the Grueller or the Bash, while Twenty is Plenty is available at a reduced price of £20. There was an early bird discount for previous registrants but the fee is now up to full price.
Registration for the Bash starts at 7.30am on the day, while registration for Twenty starts at 9am, so you will need to get yourself into position before it is time to set off.
If you need any extra information or you want to register, you can head to the official BikeFest website. You can also book your place by post if this is easier for you.