A cycling firm from Cumbria has won a major contract to stage a new type of cycle event this summer.
Rather Be Cycling, based at Thornthwaite near Keswick, is working with the magazine, Cycling Weekly, to stage Adventure Cross challenges in Cumbria and Southern Scotland. The first event, the Grizedale Grizzly, takes place this Sunday, starting from Cartmel.
Cheryl Frost of 'Rather Be Cycling' tells us about the events.
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