April 15th, 2013
University Park will mark the start of the ride on Monday 19 August and its end on Sunday 1 September, when there will be a free community day.
The public can also join two community rides to mark Life Cycle 3’s last day.
Keen cyclists can join the final stage from Nevill Holt, Leicestershire, to University Park. The 55-mile route is open to experienced riders aged 18 and over. Transport to Nevill Holt, where the ride will start at 9.30am, will be available. Entrants are encouraged to set a fundraising target of £300.
Suitable for less-experienced riders and children aged 10+, the Community Life Cycle will take place along Big Track, starting and ending at Lakeside Arts Centre, University Park. The 10-12 mile ride starts at noon. Entrants are encouraged to set a fundraising target of £50.
The community day promises live music, a barbecue and a great atmosphere. There will also be cycle challenges and free bike maintenance, as well as a chance to find out more about stroke rehabilitation research.
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