Date: Sunday, 2nd July, 2017
Location: Liverpool to Chester
Are you a keen cyclist? Would you like to take on a challenge and fundraise for your local hospice at the same time?
Liverpool – Chester – Liverpool Bike Ride is a non – competitive bike ride which covers a range of distances from 5 miles to 100 miles, for all the family and abilities depending on the chosen route. Many riders start outside the Queensway Tunnel in Liverpool, which offers a unique opportunity to ride approximately 2.5 miles through the Tunnel under the river Mersey, traffic free (courtesy of Mersey Travel). Alternatively, riders can start from a lively event site at the Countess of Chester Health Park.
The bike ride takes place largely on the Public Highway, which remains open to traffic, but also makes use of cycle ways/paths.
With such a range of distances and challenges available, the event targets the general public including families, keen cyclists, charity fundraisers and those individuals looking for an opportunity to achieve a personal challenge.
A key feature of the event is the unique opportunity to cycle traffic-free through the Mersey Tunnel and this alone contributes to so many participants returning year after year.
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