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Welcome to The Great Tour, a unique endurance cycling challenge, that over 64 days takes in 6,600 kilometres as it circumnavigates the extraordinary coastline of Britain, supporting Caravan, the Grocery Industry's Benevolent Fund. In the build-up to, and during the course of The Great Tour, you'll be able to find all the latest news here.

The Great Tour Bulletin 5

19/07/2010

An intrepid group of cyclists are now three weeks into The Great Tour, a unique 6,600 kilometre cycling challenge that sees the group cycle around the coastline of Britain, never losing sight, smell or sound of the sea.

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The Great Tour Bulletin 4

11/07/2010

One week on from the Grand Depart in Seaton, Devon, The Great Tour, an epic cycling endurance challenge, has completed its first week on the road, travelling anti-clockwise around the British coastline to Burnham-on-Crouch in Essex.

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Ordnance Survey Competiton

02/07/2010

Keeping the sea to their right for 64 days and never losing the sight, smell or sound of the sea during their epic 6,600 kilometre pedal for charity, all the time kept on track by Ordnance Survey maps.

Ordnance Survey are delighted to ...

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The Great Tour Bulletin 3

01/07/2010

Lasting 64 days and taking in 6,600 kilometres of the stunning British coastline by bicycle, The Great Tour is a unique endurance cycling challenge that supports Caravan (The Grocery Industry's Benevolent Fund) and is supported by the whole ...

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The Great Tour Bulletin 2

28/06/2010

Welcome to the second bulletin from The Great Tour, a unique endurance cycling challenge that will circumnavigate the coastline of Britain, supporting Caravan (The Grocery Industry's Benevolent Fund) and supported by the whole grocery ...

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The Great Tour Bulletin 1

11/06/2010

This is the first bulletin from The Great Tour, a unique endurance cycling challenge that will circumnavigate the coastline of Britain, supporting Caravan (The Grocery Industry's Benevolent Fund) and sponsored by the UK grocery ...

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