Popular Norwich 100 cycle event to return to the city

The Norwich 100 returns this weekend. Picture: STEVE ADAMS

The Norwich 100 returns this weekend. Picture: STEVE ADAMS

Hundreds of cyclists are preparing for a day in the saddle exploring the Norfolk countryside and fundraising for charity.

On Sunday, June 4, hundreds of cyclists will take part in the Norwich 100, the hugely popular fund-raiser gives participants the choice of taking 25, 50 or 100 mile routes through the Norfolk countryside.

All routes set off from the The Forum and finish in Bishopgate.

Cyclists taking part in the 100 mile ride will set off from 6.45am, heading north out of the city towards Buxton. The route will then take them towards the coast passing through, Walcott, Mundesley, Sheringham and Holkham before heading back towards Norwich via Aylsham.

Riders will be supported throughout the ride by marshals, mechanics and medical staff.

For more information on the ride, including a map of the route, support and entry details and visit organisers web site.


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