Who's The Centurions - We Are! 2018
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100 riders - 100 miles.
Well, you're going to have to be up early & be fit, healthy & raring to go.
Route detail to follow, but it will be the same as last year, looping back through the car park in Leyland. We will practice it the other way round this year & ride it so the prevailing wind is behind us down the coast!
You will need lights as it will be dark around 19.20. You should take 2 inner tubes, a multi tool, pump, suitable clothing, plenty of food & tablets for your drink. Mobile phone, money & a means of navigation. If you don’t navigate correctly you won’t do the 100 miles!
There will be ride briefing documents nearer the time, in the files tab, so please keep an eye on the ride's FaceBook page.https://www.facebook.com/groups/1598951300420270/
Please check your bike over the night before the ride, tyres inflated, all bolts tight, lubricated. Clothing, Helmet & lights checked & ready.
Please aim to be ready to ride 15 mins before the ride start time, getting away on time is good for everyone.
Ensure you have money, a phone, your navigation tools, food & drinks.
We will help people as much as we can, but ultimately you are responsible for yourself & your bike.
You will need to provide a minimum £10 donation to cover the expenses of the support drivers - every penny left over will go to the charity North West Air Ambulance.
We have started a Just Giving page as that will ensure the charity receives the money directly & also benefits from gift aid & you can be sure your money goes to the charity.
Minimum £ 10 - no donation, no ride.
Please donate as soon as you have booked on here!https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/craig-atherton2
This will be The FC's - The Friendly Cyclists fourth 100 mile ride. We've all seen the wonderful work the North West Air Ambulance does and we're proud to support them.
I'm a British Cycling Ride Leader leading guided rides & I'm also a trained route planner - I enjoy my cycling & appreciate it even more when I have people to ride with.
Our group is called the FC's - Friendly Cyclists