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Classic Oxfordshire Ride for Against Breast Cancer

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Harwell Science & Innovation Campus
Didcot
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A popular 32 or 58 mile bike ride, cycling through pretty villages and lush Spring countryside alongside the River Thames as it winds from south Oxfordshire up to Abingdon and into the Vale of the White Horse. Visiting countryside of beautiful half-timbered cottages, green riverbanks and colourful marketplaces, itís a great start to the cycling season.
The ride starts at Harwell Science & Innovation Campus, Didcot Oxon OX11 0RA at 8.00am and you can apply online or view more details on our website.

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