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The public are being invited to join a fun bike ride with a difference to raise money for the Mayor of Rushmoor’s charities.
The annual Mayor’s Cycle Treasure Hunt sets off from Farnborough Community Centre at 9.30am on Sunday, 3 September. Registration opens at 8.30am.
The aim is for riders to complete as many checkpoints around the borough as they can. There are 13 to visit and participants can visit as many as they like.
Each team or group of cyclists will be given a map showing all the checkpoints. At each, there will be directions for the suggested routes to visit nearby checkpoints. Many are near the start and can be reached on family-friendly routes.
There are prizes to be won at each checkpoint, so the more the riders visit, the greater the chance of winning prizes. The first team who manage to visit all the checkpoints will also receive a special prize. All participants will receive a medal for taking part.
Those wishing to visit all the checkpoints can expect to ride at least 20 miles and will need to get underway early to achieve this, as it is expected to take around three hours.
Riders return to the community centre at midday for a free raffle and the medal presentation.
Entry fees are £20 for families or teams of four, £10 for adults and £5 for under 18s. Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult. Anyone who would like to take part can register at https://m.facebook.com/events/508283126189146?ref=m_notif¬if_t=story_reshare
Alternatively, entrants can contact Satish Thapa on 0745 4793456 or Ram Limbu on 07854 546248 for an entry form.
Proceeds from the event will be shared between the Mayor’s charities, which this year are the Alzheimer Café, Farnborough, Parkside, Aldershot, for people with learning disabilities and Creating Futures, a charity which helps children and young people across Rushmoor.
The event is organised by voluntary organisation Naya Yuva, the Mayor of Rushmoor’s Charity Committee and Rushmoor Cycle Forum. It will also be supported by Farnborough cycle business, Silvester Bros, who will be on hand to offer free bike safety checks. It is hoped that other local businesses will also offer raffle prizes.
The Mayor of Rushmoor, Councillor Sophia Choudhary, said: “I’m really looking forward to this event. It’s a great opportunity for everyone to take part, explore the borough and get fit at the same time! I hope that lots of people with join me for a fun morning raising lots of money for three brilliant local charities.”
For more information on cycling in Rushmoor please see www.rushmoor.gov.uk/cycling.