Roses Ride 2014
May 3, 2014 - 10:00
On Saturday 3rd May 2014, we are hosting a FREE family friendly bike ride open to everyone. Olympic Champion Jason Queally will be on hand to start the ride – you could cycle with an Olympic Gold medallist!
Places are filling fast, so register for your ride to avoid disappointment.
Starting and finishing at the University Campus, Roses Ride 2014 gives cyclists of all ages and abilities a range of mileage options… from an easy guided campus route, to a gentle easy-going route exploring the local cycle ways, and a longer steady ride for those that want to challenge their family! So, whether you have only just learnt how to ride a bike or have been doing it for years, get your helmet on and start pedalling; we want you to ride for Lancaster!
All rides are on cycle ways and marshalled road routes, and we are working with British Cycling to ensure that these rides are fun and accessible for all.
Register at: http://www.lusu.co.uk/rosesride2014
Once you’ve finished the ride you can stay to cheer on the home crowd at the UK’s largest inter-varsity sporting competition! There are over 1,500 competitors participating across the weekend in a whole host of activities and events, with over 140 different fixtures. More information is available at http://www.roseslive.co.uk