One of the Peak District’s most challenging cycle sporting events is open for registration.
The Bradwell Hill Billy is well known for its unrelenting seven-hill route with 2300 metres of ascent.
Now in its fourth year, the Hill Billy is also famous for its generous platters of cakes at the finish – all baked by parents of the village preschool that organises and benefits from the event.
This year’s Bradwell Hill Billy is expected to attract more than 100 cyclists to enjoy a day of hard cycling on quiet Peak District roads with little traffic. There is also a shorter five-hill route. The event is on June 25.
Visit www.bradwellhillbilly.co.uk for more.