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Lutterworth Big Indoor Bike Ride: 24th February 2019

The second Lutterworth Big Indoor Bike Ride, held in March last year was a such huge success - raising over £2,500  for the Cystic Fibrosis Trust and Rotary Charities - that a repeat ride is planned for Sunday 24th February 2019.

The event is for those who would like to experience a guided classic bike ride but indoors, atPhotograph: Spinners on static cycles. your own pace and with motivational musical backing. To this end the Lutterworth Rotary Club is again teaming up with spinning coach Richard Stannard to provide the opportunity to ride static bikes on up to six different classic cycle routes such as the Col du Tourmalet and Mt Ventoux.

The event will be held at the Lutterworth Sports Centre using the Centre’s 35 static bikes over six one hour sessions [12noon-6pm] and is ideal for both regular cyclists and novices who wish to have fun getting fit with this ‘Spin into Spring’.

There are six different rides and each one is choreographed with full musical score from Richard’s extensive collection. Last year several entrants completed the full six hour session.

For those who are regular cyclists this will be an ideal workout in preparation for spring and summer road work culminating in the 8th Lutterworth Big Bike Ride planned for the 18th August. The sessions are suitable for everyone, as you take the route at your own pace and just do as much as you want.

As well as being an enjoyable way to get fit, the event will raise funds for the Cystic Fibrosis Trust and Rotary supported charities at home and abroad.

The entry charge is £10 per bike per hour which can be booked from mid-January at the Lutterworth Sports Centre reception [cash only] or online at Entrycentral.

Further details are available by following the link below or via the Lutterworth Rotary Club Facebook page.

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