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Date Change For Break The Cycle 2017

Break The Cycle 2017 will now take place on Sunday, 18th June 2017, a week later than the provisional date previously announced.

The event, entering its seventh year, will once again raise money for Bristol Sport Foundation, which aims to develop and coordinate the delivery of community sport in Bristol and beyond.

Encompassing Bristol Rugby Community Foundation, Bristol City Community Trust, Bristol Flyers Community and Bristol Jets Community – and led by chief community officer, Ben Breeze – Bristol Sport Foundation works as the perfect vehicle to bring together Bristol Sport’s family of sports and existing community offerings.

Last year, more than 200 cyclists tackled the gruelling 110-mile route – setting off from Ashton Gate and passing through Bath and Gloucester, before returning to Bristol.

Chief community officer, Ben Breeze said: “We’re very excited about Break The Cycle 2017 and delighted to confirm the date for next year’s event.

“Break The Cycle 2016 was by far the best ever and we’ll be hoping to top that again next summer.” 

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