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Tour of Cambridgeshire Cycling Festival

Welcome to the Tour of Cambridgeshire.

A weekend festival of closed-road cycling events. With the Road Race, Gran Fondo, Sportive, Time Trials, Team Time Trials, and family rides, as well as camping, party, and much more!

The Tour of Cambridgeshire is a real festival of cycling, with entertainment, events and activities for both riders and their friends and families to enjoy. Over the whole weekend you will have the opportunity to interact with world-renowned partners at exclusive talks, and inside the indoor Expo. The weekend festival, which is free to attend, will also include a food and drink village as well as offer a range of family activities to keep even the little ones entertained.

The routes are perfect for every cyclist. Join us for a closed-road, safe from traffic, UCI sanctioned, professional racing experience.

To discuss this event with the fundraising team, please email us – [email protected]

Deposit: £50-95 (depending on event)

Sponsorship: No minimum sponsorship, simply raise as much as you can

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