Wedmore 40 - 30 Charity cycle ride

Sunday, 17 June 2018, 09:00

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A new charity cycle event through stunning Somerset countryside is taking place for the first time on Sunday 17th June 2018.

Based in the picturesque Saxon village of Wedmore, with its pubs and restaurants, this is a figure of eight route starting from the village playing fields.

In aid of Weston Hospicecare and Friends of St Mary’s Church, Wedmore, the event offers a choice of three routes:

 The Short and easiest route of 30 miles will take you south of Wedmore around the beautiful Somerset Levels. Starting at 10am.

 The Medium and more challenging route of 40 miles heads north of Wedmore, up through the iconic Cheddar Gorge, across the spectacular Mendip Hills and round Chew Valley Lake before venturing back over the Mendips to Wedmore. Starting at 9am

 Or why not do both – The Full route of 70 miles?  First you ride the 40 mile route across the Mendips and round Chew Valley Lake, then back to Wedmore for a quick refuel, before finishing with the easier 30 mile route round the Somerset Levels, returning to Wedmore for a well-earned rest. Starting at 9am

Added by popular demand, 12 miles this shorter fun ride is ideal for a range of abilities; a short, mainly flat route around the Somerset Levels.

All routes start from:

Wedmore Playing Fields,
Blackford Road,
BS28 4BS







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