Andrew Ward
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Hundreds join Bradley Wiggins for Sunday ride

Hundreds of cyclists have joined Britain's Olympic star Bradley Wiggins on a 99-mile (160km) bike ride on the routes he trains on in Lancashire.

The inaugural Ride With Brad marked the launch of the Bradley Wiggins Foundation, the charity founded by the star to promote sport in the community.

This year Wiggins won both the Tour de France and his seventh Olympic medal.

Ride With Brad had two routes - 160km and 100km (62 miles) - both starting and ending in Barnoldswick.

BBC North West Tonight's Peter Marshall reports.

  • 19 Aug 2012
  • From the section UK
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