Ride with Sir Brad at Rapha Clubhouse Manchester

Sara Jaspan, Exhibitions Editor
Courtesy of Rapha

Ride with Sir Brad at Rapha Clubhouse Manchester, City Centre 9 September 2017 Entrance is free — Visit now

Meet five-time Olympic cycling champion Sir Bradley Wiggins and join him and his family for a 50km morning cycle out of the city and into Manchester’s beautiful surrounding countryside. Open to parents and experienced younger riders aged 12 years and above.

Still not got your Wiggins-fix? Learn from a Legend, later that day, is an opportunity to discover how Wiggins turned his childhood passion for cycling into a sparkling international career. Younger audience members will have the opportunity to submit their questions in advance, and a signing session will follow afterwards.

Ride with Sir Brad at Rapha Clubhouse Manchester, City Centre 9 September 2017 Entrance is free Visit now

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