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Ride North Norfolk Fakenham 25/50/100 at Fakenham Community Centre
Cycle Event, Sun 27 Aug 2017
"Welcome to the Fakenham fifth 25/50/100 with country routes to suit everyone.
This year we have our popular Fakenham 50 routes ranging from 15 to 36 miles and we are continuing last year’s new 62 mile (100k) route which can link to the original route offering a full 100 miles.
Go local. We are a locally organised but professionally run cycle ride. We pride ourselves on our community involvement. We have local charities, local companies, local clubs, locally sourced produce and cakes. Everyone is welcome to join us to enjoy our beautiful town and its surrounding countryside.
The Fakenham 25/50100 is an enjoyable, non-competitive sportive, starting from the picturesque North Norfolk market town of Fakenham through some of the best gentle cycling routes in the country. It will end an exciting week of health related activities in and around the town.
There are various options (approximate lengths) 15 miles, 25 miles or 36 miles 62 miles (100k). Or combine for up to 100 miles. Each rider will be provided with insurance, a map, signage, registration, marshals, mobile mechanics, support, rescue service, drinks and refreshments (including our famous homemade flapjack) on route, advice and information. Discounts for groups of 4 people and accompanied under 16s. Garmin files available and maps will be given to all riders. We have been told that our arrows and signage make these unnecessary and are clear to follow.
Every rider gets a free branded useful drawstring bag with Fakenham 50 bottle, a medal or trophy and other extras.
Music, massage and nourishment chill out. At the community centre gardens, including bar, barbecue, stalls, massage, 1st aid, activities, food, drink and music and more cakes. This is open to both riders and non-riders.
See website or Facebook or Twitter for more details"
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Charges are on the website and entry to the Community Centre music and barbecue in the garden is free.
- Children welcome
- Disabled access