Oli Beckingsale – Break the Cycle Tips Week 3

In his final chat with us, ex-Olympic cyclist, Oli Beckingsale talks about the equipment that you will need on the day of your Break the Cycle ride as well as what you should be eating and drinking during your ride

Break the cycle is a family friendly event and we are raising money for some fantastic causes. Please see below for details on how to get involved 👇
To get involved and support the life changing work delivered by the Bristol Bears Community Foundation; simply follow these five steps… 
1.     Choose your challenge – Whether you’ve just started to cycle or are a seasoned cyclist set yourself a challenge  
2.     Get cycling – Your favourite local route, at home on a static bike, out with your family… whenever you like, it’s up to you!  
3.     Donate £5 – to our Break The Cycle fundraising campaign to raise vital funds for the Bristol Bears Community Foundation – DONATE NOW 
4.     Tune in – Join us for the live streamed event on Sunday, June 27th to celebrate your involvement 
5.     And relax – Kick back, put your feet up and think about all the life changing work you have supported

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