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Charity Bikeathon

PUBLISHED: 17:28 03 June 2009 | UPDATED: 11:27 12 August 2010

CYCLISTS are invited to take part in the North Kent Bikeathon this summer to raise funds for Leukaemia Research. The 15-mile or 30-mile bikeathon takes place on July 5 from 9.30am and tours the north Kent and Surry borders starting at Norman Park before

CYCLISTS are invited to take part in the North Kent Bikeathon this summer to raise funds for Leukaemia Research.

The 15-mile or 30-mile bikeathon takes place on July 5 from 9.30am and tours the north Kent and Surry borders starting at Norman Park before passing through Hayes, Nash, Biggin Hill, Downe, Cudham, Horns Green and along the historic Pilgrim's Way.

The event will be fully signposted and marshalled with refreshment stops which this year will include a Mystery Donut stop.

All riders will receive a free T-shirt and medal and all sponsorship raised will help the charity find better treatments for people with leukaemia, lymphoma and myeloma.

For more information and to register please contact the North Kent Bikeathon organiser Chris Compton on 020 8690 0141, e-mail bikeride@comptoncycles.co.uk or register online at www.bikeathonbritain.co.uk/nkent.

Entry fees are £10 for adults or £5 for children under 16. Entrants under 16 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian and those under 11 must be supervised by a participating adult cyclist.

Families of two adults and two children can enter for £20 and a team of 10 or more can enter for just £5 a rider.


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