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The Stroke Association’s Fly Ride – 22nd April 2012

 

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The Stroke Association’s Fly Ride – 22nd April 2012

This is a charity bike ride for the Stroke Association. The rides are circular routes, starting and finishing at Tatton Park . There is a choice of two distances a 28 mile ride and a 16 mile ride. The ride is through the picturesque Cheshire countryside, passing through the villages of Ashley and Morley Green. The route follows parts of the Cheshire Cycleway and passes through the two tunnels under the runways at Manchester airport.

www.stroke.org.uk/flyride

 

The Stroke Association’s Fly Ride – 22nd April 2012

 

 

This is the second year of the Stroke Association’s Fly Ride, this year the destination has changed to the beautiful Tatton Park . We have two ride distances on offer; 28miles and 16 miles, both of which are circular and start and end at Tatton. We have an early bird discount offer available until Sunday 26th February which offers a reduced registration fee. So don’t miss out register today.

 

  

This is a charity bike ride for the Stroke Association. The rides are circular routes, starting and finishing at Tatton Park . There is a choice of two distances a 28 mile ride and a 16 mile ride. The ride is through the picturesque Cheshire countryside, passing through the villages of Ashley and Morley Green. The route follows parts of the Cheshire Cycleway and passes through the two tunnels under the runways at Manchester airport.

 

 

 

The event is open to everyone, so whether you ride with friends, family, a group from the office or on your own, The Fly Ride is a great day out, for a great cause raising money to help the 250,000 people in the UK living with disabilities caused by stroke.  All participants will receive a t-shirt and medal!

 

 

To register go to:  www.stroke.org.uk/flyride

 

 

If you have any queries about the event please contact the events team on 0161 742 7469 or email events@stroke.org.uk.