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Sign up for this year’s Bike Around Brands fundraiser

14:38 02 August 2012

Brands Hatch bike ride

Brands Hatch bike ride

Every year cyclists across the south east take to the track at Brands Hatch for a mass fundraising effort.

With Bradley Wiggins’ Tour de France success, never has the spotlight been more focused on British cycling.

The circuit is not only revered by the racing car world but has been described as the “best ever” venue for the Paralympic cycling, which takes place there next month.

Bike Around Brands is open to riders of any age and each participant is asked for a minimum sponsorship donation of £10, or £5 for those aged 14 or under.

Everyone can set their own target number of laps and are encouraged to raise as much money as possible which will be donated to the EllenorLions Hospices.

For more information and sponsorship forms call 01732 823827 or email cjmcrobert@btinternet.com.

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