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Routes Revealed For Break The Cycle 2017

Cyclists of all abilities and experience will be able to choose between a 35, 65 or 100-mile route at Break The Cycle 2017 – and further details of these routes can now be revealed.

The choice of routes for the event – which takes place on Sunday, 18th June 2017 - allows more people to raise funds for Bristol Sport Foundation.

Bronze route - 35 miles

Leaving from Ashton Gate, ride along the river and out on the Bristol-Bath cycle path, along the canal and make your way through the city of Bath to the Recreation Ground. Start the return leg by riding out past Victoria Park and on the rolling Kelston Hills. 

Silver route - 65 miles

Head up the Portway and out through Blaise and then Tockington, over the Old Bridge through Chepstow, up the beautiful St Briavels Climb, down into Brockweir and through the Wye Valley to Tintern Abbey.

Next, climb the through beautiful Fedw Wood, past the Fisheries on to Devauden Road. Roll down to St Arvan, past the racecourse, over the Old Bridge, down the Gorge and back to Ashton Gate.

Gold route - 100 miles

Setting off from Ashton Gate, the gold route takes you out along the river and on to the Bristol-Bath Cycle Path, along the canal and through to the Bath Recreation Ground. Ride out past Victoria Park and on to the rolling Kelston Hills.

From here, head up the Portway and out through Blaise and Tockington, over the Old Severn Bridge, through Chepstow and up to the beautiful St Briavels Climb. Drop down into Brockweir and through the Wye Valley to Tintern Abbey.

Next, climb through the stunning Fedw Wood, past the Fisheries, on to Devauden Road and down to St Arvan. Fly past the racecourse and down the Gorge and home to Ashton Gate.

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