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Vélo Birmingham and Midlands: Riders begin 100-mile trip

A huge number of cyclists have started a 100-mile bicycle ride over the West Midlands.

Vélo Birmingham and Midlands began in Digbeth, Birmingham, at 06:30 BST and the course takes in Solihull, Bedworth, Coventry and Sandwell.

A shorter 42-mile challenge among Birmingham and Coventry is likewise accessible to members this year.

Coordinators said it was the second-biggest shut down street occasion in the UK. The street terminations are questionable.

The terminations along the course from 01:00 BST on Sunday raised worries of individuals being "caught".

In 2017 nails were tossed on to the course, anyway coordinators said the current year's course was as good as ever.

An aggregate of £2m was raised for philanthropy after the Vélo propelled in 2017.

Following a break a year ago, the course takes in country Warwickshire and the cobbled paths by Coventry Cathedral, in the wake of removing the A45 from Birmingham downtown area.

After the 40-mile mark in Coventry, cyclists proceed onward to the National Cyclists' Memorial in Meriden before accelerating back through Dudley and Sandwell operating at a profit Country to the end goal on Sherlock Street, focal Birmingham. 


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