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The Great Tour

An event in August in Devon
Hobby Drive to the harbour
Clovelly
Devon
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This annual endurance cycling challenge, in aid of Prostate Cancer Charity and Caravan, the National Grocers Benevolent fund, will once again be circumnavigating the entire coastline of Britain from July to September.

The leg across Exmoor from Selworthy to Clovelly is one of the most arduous. Subject to weather, come and cheer the riders as they cycle along the Hobby Drive followed by a bone-shaking ride down the cobbles to the harbour!

Everyone is invited to join in this colourful and inspirational sporting celebration of the British coastline. For further details, please see the website.

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