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June 2018 [Sun24]
A Team Relay Sportive for Personal and Corporate Teams of 2 or 3.
Starting in Putney, London, riders in Teams take turns to ride 6 stages of the route. 
It traces the course of the Thames, bridging 19 times, finishing 140 miles later near the Thames Head at Cirencester in the Cotswolds.
To raise money for the Bikes4Africa programme launching in Sierra Leone.
To see the Thames from End to End, and help get African children to school
Organisers: JOLE RIDER with Pireaus m3

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Aug 2018 [Sat25]
This is a Team ride for groups and fit families with no need for sleep.
The Night Baton Relay is a through the night Team Baton Relay ride around a traffic free circuit.
Starting at 8pm on Saturday, Teams of up to 5 riders commence a 12 hour through the night bike ride, taking turns to carry their Team Baton. 
To raise funds for the Bikes4Africa programme
To work up an appetite for a sleep through on Sunday!
Organisers: JOLE RIDER with Pireaus m3
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Westonbirt School New.5194   The JOLE RIDER COTSWOLD SPORTIVE
Sep 2017 [Sun24]
A non-competitive cycling challenge with a choice of 5 routes: 30, 50, 70, 90 or 100 miles.
All rides start and finish at the fabulous Westonbirt Estate, home of the famous school for girls, comprising the prestigious house set in expansive and glorious parkland.
Finishing riders will be entered into a prize draw to win a holiday.
The Cotswolds is well known for its beautiful countryside, gentle wolds, tranquil river valleys, water meadows, beech woods and limestone villages. The rides are centred just outside the historic market town of Tetbury which is rapidly becoming Gloucestershire's centre of cycling. A mix of flatlands, rolling hills and sharp escarpments makes this area ideal for an all-comers one day bike ride such as the JOLE RIDER.
Fundraising for this event is welcomed but optional.  Entry fees, and optional funds raised, go to JOLE RIDER'S Bikes4Africa programme.
To raise funds for Bikes4Africa
For riders to have an challenging and scenic ride day out on their bikes, whilst helping children to get to school in Africa
Organisers: jole rider in association with CBR and British Cycling

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