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  1. Steve Bullen says:

    Dear Chairman,

    I am writing to invite Warwickshire Road Club to ride through Honeybourne on Sunday 22nd June.

    We are inviting all the clubs and groups in the area to be part of our celebration of cycling by passing through Honeybourne (the cycling hub for the three counties of Warwickshire, Gloucestershire and Worcestershire).

    It is hoped that many club, group and independent riders will pass through Honeybourne during the day and record their visit by posting a selfie or group photo on the Honeybourne CycleFest Facebook page.

    More information below describing the event.

    I do hope that you will be able to join us.

    Please feel free to circulate this email to all your cycling contacts.

    Yours in Cycling

    Steve Bullen
    Founder, H-BUG (Honeybourne Bicycle Users Group)
    Chairman, Evesham & District Wheelers CC

    The Honeybourne CycleFest

    22nd June 2014

    At the hub of the best cycling terrain in Warwickshire, Gloucestershire and Worcestershire, Honeybourne offers cycling opportunities for everyone from one flat mile to one-mile high.

    Whatever your level of cycling capability there will be something to suit you.

    Cycle clubs, groups and independent riders from all over the three counties are invited to visit Honeybourne, take a picture at one of the recommended photo-opportunity sites and post on the Honeybourne CycleFest Facebook page (alternatively, email to steve@stephenbullen.com).

    Why not put your own cycle ride together (footballers, rowers, tria-athletes, rugby players etc), and wear the jersey of your favourite charity to raise their profile.

    There will not be any charges or charities to support. This event is all about fun and fresh air on your bike.

    H-BUG (Honeybourne Bicycle Users Group) will run a local programme of organised cycle rides during the day:

    07.00 A 15-mile “wake-up” cycle ride (“Aspire”).

    08.30 A 10-mile cycle ride (“Aspire”).

    10.00 A short cycle ride (between one and six miles) for all the family (“Family”).

    11.00 A 27-mile cycle ride up into the North Cotswolds (“Challenge”).

    14.00 A 15-mile cycle ride (“Aspire”).

    16.00 A family off-road cycle ride (“Family”).

    18.00 A cycle ride to The Fleece Inn, Bretforton (“Family”).

    Why not join Steve to ride all these events during the day?

    Honeybourne

    The Cycling Hub for the Three Counties of
    Worcestershire, Warwickshire & Gloucestershire

    With cycling routes to suit every expectation – from short and flat to one-mile high routes – Honeybourne is just perfect for all the family.

    Arrive by:
    Bicycle
    Train – at Honeybourne Railway Station
    Car
    With Caravan

    You can enjoy a cycle ride while your family enjoy:

    “All Things Wild” – complete with a dinosaur park
    http://www.allthingswild.co.uk/nature-centre/Visitor-Information.html

    Relaxing at The Ranch Caravan Park
    http://www.ranch.co.uk

    Enjoying their own sports
    http://www.sporthoneybourne.org.uk

    Cycling with H-BUG (Honeybourne Bicycle Users Group)
    Email: steve@stephenbullen.com to be added to the monthly H-BUG Newsletter

    Classes at Honeybourne Pottery (not Sundays)
    http://www.honeybournepots.co.uk/

    Refresh yourselves at:
    http://www.thegatehoneybourne.co.uk

    http://www.thatchedtavernhoneybourne.com

    http://www.allthingswild.co.uk/nature-centre/Visitor-Information.html

    http://www.thefleeceinn.co.uk

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