Get on Your Bike for Big C and take on the Norwich 100
Big C is calling for all keen cyclists to sign up for the rescheduled Norwich 100 bike ride, which has a new date of 20th September 2020.
The event, which has been approved by the Norwich Safety Advisory Group, will comprise a beautiful autumn 100-mile cycle ride across Norfolk. Starting from The Forum in Norwich, it will take in the edge of the Broads, Horsey Mill, the coast (and even some hills!) all the way to Cley and back past Blickling Hall, before riders can enjoy some well-earned food, drink and receive their medal, at the foot of Norwich Cathedral.
There is also a 30-mile and 60-mile options which both return through Coltishall to the finish.
Carole Slaughter, Head of Fundraising at Big C, said, “Big C is delighted to be the beneficiary charity for this year’s Norwich 100. It is our first outdoor fundraising event since the outbreak of coronavirus and it will be raising all important funds for the charity, especially given that we have missed out on so many opportunities this summer where vital funds would have been raised to help those in our community affected by cancer.
“Many people have rekindled or found a new love for cycling during lockdown and we’d urge all keen cyclists old and new to come and enjoy a wonderful bike ride whilst raising money for a very good cause!”
COVID-19 Norwich Safety Advisory Group and British Cycling have approved the event and social distancing and other measures will be in place - details can be seen here and all riders will be expected to follow the Behaviour Code shown here
To sign up for the Norwich 100 Bike Ride and raise funds for Big C, please visit fundraise.big-c.co.uk/