Sporting goods retailer Decathlon has announced the shortlist for its Cycling Club of the Year competition, with groups from across the country being recognised.
From the fastest growing cycling group in Stourbridge to the Bolsover & District Cycling Club, the competition pits ten groups against each other for the chance to win a £500 Decathlon voucher.
As well as your bog standard road clubs, charity groups such as Surrey Wheels For All are recognised. SWFA uses adaptable bikes to offer disabled children the chance to enjoy the benefits of cycling.
Holmfirth Cycling Club, meanwhile, has forged strong links with its local school and will host a three-day cycling festival this year aimed at getting whole families involved.
To vote for a club to win the award of Cycling Club of the Year, visit the Decathlon blog here. Voting closes at midnight on Thursday, February 26.
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