The clocks go forward in a matter of days and a group of cyclists in Hertfordshire will be getting out on their bikes to celebrate the start of summer on Sunday, March 29.
More than 300 riders are expected to line up for the Start of Summertime Specials challenge, which features three different routes, depending on how much of the increased daylight you want to make the most of.
The epic distance comprises of a 210km jaunt from Stevenage to Lavenham, Suffolk, and back, while the 115km ‘standard’ ride takes riders to and from Thaxted.
For the more casual cyclist, a 60km ride will take in Reed, Barkway, Hare Street and Buntingford before heading back to the start at Fairlands Valley Park.
Riders are advised to enter these challenges in advance by visiting www.stevenagectc.org.uk. Here you can find more information about the rides as well as the online entry system.
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