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Cycletta announce seven women-only rides for 2012

A series of women-only mass participation rides backed by Olympic gold medalist, Vicky Pendleton, will be held across the country from May to October.

Organisers of the Cycletta series have announced seven events and five new venues and routes for the year ahead, with safe routes, ‘pamper zones’ and pre-event training advice among the attractions.

Vicky Pendleton will be an ambassador for Cycletta again in 2012

Pendleton, a Cycletta ambassador, said: “Being able to cycle with so many girls during Cycletta last year was one of my highlights of 2011.

“2012 should be a special year and I really hope that thousands more women will join me on a bike this year. Cycletta is the perfect event to get on two wheels with the girls and have some fun!  I hope to see you out there.”

Riders taking part are encouraged to join ‘Team  Macmillan’ and fundraise for the leading UK cancer charity.

The rides will be held over 40km rotues on country roads, described by the organsiers as quiet and “safely managed”.

Cycletta 2012 events

Bedfordshire – Woburn Abbey – May 13
Wiltshire – Lydiard Park – June 24
Warwickshire – Ragley Hall – July (date to be confirmed)
Cornwall – St Michael’s Mount – September 15 (at the Festival of Sport)
Brighton – Plumpton Racecourse – September 30
Cheshire – Tatton Park – October 7
New Forest – Beaulieu Palace – October 14


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