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FEATURE I DELOITTE RIDE ACROSS BRITAIN Deloitte


Ride Across Britain


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here’s no greater cycling challenge in the UK than cycling from one end of Britain to the other, Land’s End to John O’Groats. Deloitte Ride Across Britain caters for those ready to take on the ultimate challenge in style. Foremost, the event, now in its 6th year dissects the most beautiful scenery England,Scotland and Wales have to offer, finding the best compromise between efficiency, safety and beauty. The event covers circa 969 miles in just 9 days, making it one of the UK’s toughest endurance challenges. With over 57,000ft of climbing and circa 108 miles of cycling each day, the riders are pampered each evening with a feast, hot showers, physiotherapists and a massage before heading back to the their individual tents after reflecting and relaxing with and ale in hand. With chaperones, mechanical and medical support out along the route, the 1,000 riders are well taken care of. The event takes place between the 5th and 13th of September 2015 and spaces are limited so make sure you secure your place now.


INFORMATION:


Sign up and find out more here: www.rideacrossbritain.com


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