I have participated at the 75km hilly cycling race to raise founds for Emmaus Church Missionary work in Tanzania, Romania, UK and other parts of the world.
Thanks to my colleagues and friends I managed to rase £195 and finished the race in 4h40 minutes through out a rainy and windy day.
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The 75km hilly challenge starts in Bartley Green and extends into the Worcestershire countryside.
The route meanders through scenic villages such as Romsley, Belbroughton, Chaddesley Corbett, Dodford and Barnt Green. After just 5km participants are presented with Romsley Hill, a 4km hill climb designed to warm up the cyclists. The route goes out as far as Stoke Prior before heading back into the South Birmingham suburbs. As the sail boats come into view at Bartley Green reservoir participants take on the final stretch towards the finish line.
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