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Almost 1,600 cyclists take part in Tour de Manc charity bike ride

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Get the day's biggest stories sent direct to your inbox so you never miss a thing Almost 1,600 cyclists saddled up to take part in the 6th Tour de Manc, a charity bike ride across Greater Manchester.

It was due to take place in May but was cancelled due to the pandemic and was re-scheduled for today, setting off from Bowlee Country Park in Middleton.

The event is increasingly popular, with double the number of entrants this year compared to 2019. READ MORE:Manchester's property boom sees houses sell for £25k to £40k over asking price It was split into four distinct rides, depending the ability of the rider: the 200-mile 'Mad Manc', the 100-mile 'Full Manc', the 100-Kilometer 'Half Manc' and the 50km 'Mini Manc'.

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