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Macmillan Cycletta is the UK’s leading series of women-only bike rides, supported by Olympic Gold Medallist Victoria Pendleton, designed for women of all ages and abilities. Macmillan Cycletta headed to Loseley Park, Surrey for the first time in 2013.
AGE REQUIREMENT: Minimum Age 12 at 31 December, 2014 (anyone under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult)
AMAZING EXPERIENCE: • Short, medium and longer routes available • Toilets are available at the start & finish • Start the event with friends or people of the same ability • Advice from Victoria and other experts • Mechanical, medical and treat stops • Macmillan Cycletta ride rescue crew • Goody bag • Great venues and stunning route • Entertainment for spectators and children • Relax, rejuvenate and revive in the Macmillan Cycletta Spa by Unlisted • Event memento • And much more
BY CAR: Loseley Park is South of Guildford and 30 miles South West of London.
Loseley Park is situated on the B3000 New Pond Road and the main entrance is in Stakescorner Road, signposted 'Loseley House'. If using SATNAV, please enter "Stakescorner Road GU3 1HS" otherwise you will be directed to the wrong part of Loseley Estate.
BY TRAIN: The nearest main station is at Guildford around three miles away and a taxi from there will take you direct to Loselely Park. Alternatively the bus station is a short walk and the bus will take you to the end of the Loseley drive - it's then a pleasant walk of a little over a mile to Loseley House.
BY BUS: From Guildford Bus Station - numbers 42,44,71,92 and 70
Macmillan Cancer Support are here to make sure no one has to face cancer alone. And with your help, no one will. You can make a difference to the lives of people living with cancer by using your Macmillan Cycletta challenge to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support, Cycletta’s title sponsor & official charity partner. There is no minimum fundraising pledge, but £50 is a great initial target to aim for and is really achievable. £50 could pay for a Macmillan nurse for two hours, providing vital practical, medical and emotional support to people living with cancer.
All you have to do is say “yes” to joining Team Macmillan when you register and we will send you a fundraising pack to get you started! For advice on living with cancer click here.
If you’re looking for a way to make your event count, why not raise money for a cause you care about? Head to JustGiving, make a fundraising page in a few simple steps, and share it far and wide by email and social media.
As the weather in the UK gets colder, wetter and windier, there is nothing better than planning your summer holiday. Human Race are here to provide a bit of inspiration, with ideas from activity holidays in Switzerland to Stephen Roche's 2014 warm weather training camps.
Here at Human Race we want every one of our participants to be the best they can be and to support your event journey from enquiry through to completion and beyond. During this period it’s important that no matter what your goal we help to provide relevant training advice.
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Human Race, the UK’s largest and most diverse sports events company has revealed that its 2013 Cycletta Series has been the biggest so far and has encouraged almost 3,700 ladies to get on their bikes this summer.
Enter Macmillan Cycletta and say “yes” to joining Team Macmillan on your registration.
Macmillan Cancer Support is Macmillan Cycletta’s title sponsor and official charity partner, and by fundraising as much as you can for them using your Macmillan Cycletta challenge, you’ll receive a fundraising pack, training guide and bundles of support. Most importantly, you will be ensuring no one has to face cancer alone. To see the difference the money you raise could make, click here.
Loseley Park is a historic manor house situated outside Guildford, near Compton. The estate was acquired by the direct ancestors of the current owners, the More-Molyneux, at the beginning of the 16th century.
The present house was built between 1562 and 1568 with stone brought from the ruins of Waverley Abbey. The walled garden, based on a design by Gertrude Jekyll, contains a series of "rooms" with different themes running through them.