Bostin’ bike rides

A set of exciting new bike rides are set to take place in the county this year. Bostin’ Ride are organising a set of competitive rides that explore some of Shropshire’s hidden lanes and valleys.

Keith Jepson of Max Bikes says, “Following the great success of the inaugural Bostin’ Chase Sportive last year, and excellent comments on the route that we received from our riders, we’ve decided to include the event in our 2019 calendar. The Bostin’ Chase Sportive cycling event takes riders on a choice of three fully signposted routes along predominantly country lanes and through the wonderful scenery of Shropshire and Staffordshire with the longer routes getting to experience Cannock Chase forest and Blithfield Reservoir.

“All our cycling routes begin and finish at Harper Adams University near Newport, Shropshire. It is a wonderful venue with excellent facilities and plenty of parking in a safe secure location allowing you to ride with peace of mind.”

To find out more about all the rides, visit the Bostin Ride website.


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