If you are reading this before 7pm on Thursday 2nd June 2022, good news! You are invited to a film premiere tonight at 7pm! That doesn’t happen every day, does it? It’s the film that I’ve made about my recent cycle along the Way of the Roses from Morecambe to York. If you are reading this after 7pm tonight well, your invite to the premiere is no longer valid, sorry. But you can, of course, still watch the film in all its 4K glory below. Don’t forget that you can get the full story of the three days of cycling across the Pennines by listening to episode 50 of The Cycling Europe Podcast. Full details below.
Here’s the blurb about the film…
“The writer and podcaster Andrew P. Sykes sets off on a trans-Pennine cycle from Morecambe on Lancashire’s west coast to the county’s historical capital of Lancaster, across the border to Yorkshire and, via Settle and Ripon, completes his trip in the city of York. The Way of the Roses is a route of contrasting landscapes and, at times, challenging terrain; join Andrew (and his bicycle Wanda) as they spend three days following one of northern England’s most popular cycle routes.”
…and here’s the information about the podcast:
Visit the dedicated Grand Tour page of CyclingEurope.org to find out more about the planned 2022 cycle along some of western Europe’s most iconic cycle routes.
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