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Annual Great Stonehaven Bike Ride For Grampian Soc
Annual Great Stonehaven Bike Ride For Grampian Society For The Blind
2005 was the 14th annual Great Stonehaven Bike Ride. It was held on August the 21st.
Stonehaven Bike Ride History
The event raises funds for the Grampian Society For The Blind.
There were just under 200 cyclists in 2004 who helped to raise £5700 for the charity.
There are two routes available: an 11 or 25 mile course. Both courses take riders around Stonehaven and Durris forest.
The cycling event is open to individuals, families and teams.
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The bike ride starts at 12 pm at the Scout Hut on Mill of Forest Road.
Contact Address For Stonehaven Bike Ride
The Great Stonehaven Bike Ride
2 Kings Road
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