Bike Rides to Shambala festival

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Give the car a miss and get back on the bike to join the mass cycle rides to the Shambala festival site!

Shambala are pleased to announce that once again they are teaming up with Sustrans to offer mass cycle rides from 10 UK towns and cities to the Shambala festival site.

This is a fantastic sustainable way to head to the festival site that can also be turned into a week’s family holiday. All rides will have a guide, campsites will be pre-booked and baggage is carried by the support vehicle.  With around 30 people on each ride, it’s great fun, as witnessed by feedback from last year’s riders.  Rides are suitable for all ages.

Towns and cities  so far confirmed are :  Bristol, Birmingham, Manchester, London, Sheffield, Lechdale, Middleton Cheney, Stoke and Coventry

Rides range from 1to 3 days with overnight stays at campsites along the route. 1 day rides cost £10, 2 days £15, and 3 days £20. Under 18’s go free. Campsite fees are not included. The first £10 of every cycle ticket goes to support Susran’s work maintaining the National Cycle Network. The remainder helps to cover costs.  The initiative is subsidised as part of Shambala’s sustainable transport initiative. Return journeys are the responsibility of the 

Published on 16 May 2011 by Ben Robinson

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