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Wheelie good festival coming to Yarmouth

PUBLISHED: 16:40 09 June 2010 | UPDATED: 21:34 25 December 2010

A FESTVIAL celebrating all things cycling and promoting pedal power will be taking place at Great Yarmouth stadium later this month.

The Bike-It festival is to be held on Saturday, June 19 and will mark the re-launch of the Great Yarmouth Cycling Club, as well as National Bike Week.

A FESTVIAL celebrating all things cycling and promoting pedal power will be taking place at Great Yarmouth stadium later this month.

The Bike-It festival is to be held on Saturday, June 19 and will mark the re-launch of the Great Yarmouth Cycling Club, as well as National Bike Week.

All are invited to get involved with the activities, which will include family track rides, an inter-schools challenge and bike training.

There will also be food and drink available at the event, which runs from 10am-2pm, as well as various bike stalls. Contact Neil Turner on 01493 308700 or e-mail info@greatyarmouthcyclingclub.co.uk.

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