Get On Your Bike for Hospitality Action!
Industry charity Hospitality Action is organising a Cotswold Cycle Challenge, starting and finishing at the beautiful Chavenage House on Bank Holiday Monday 26th May, to raise some much-needed funds this spring.
Working with local hotels, the event promises to be a feat in cycling with a fabulous feast to follow. There are three routes to choose from. The short ride, at 20 miles, is perfect for families with children older than 14 years old and for those who fancy a leisurely cycle, taking in the magnificent beauty that the Cotswolds has to offer. Along the way, there will be feeding stations with an array of delicious delights kindly arranged by Cotswold Finest Hotels.
For those who are up for more of a challenge, Hospitality Action has also planned a mid-route at 61 miles; and if that’s not tough enough, then the long route at 100 miles might be more to your flavour.
As well as the charming feeding stations along the way, the festivities of a BBQ and drinks will be waiting for riders at the finish line to celebrate the day and support the cause of Hospitality Action.
The event will be a fantastic way to get out, get active and support the industry’s charity, with family, friends and colleagues all welcome. The registration fee is £30 for adults and £10 for children under 18,with a minimum of £100 sponsorship for adults required to raise those much-needed funds for Hospitality Action’s cause.
We are delighted to have the support of Chavenage House, Calcot Kitchens, Andy Cook Cycling, Wenlock Spring, Total Produce, Lucknam Park Hotel and Cotswolds Finest Hotels.