Vélo Birmingham and Midlands

  • Date:

    12th May 2019

  • Location:

    Birmingham City Centre

  • Summary:

    Vélo Birmingham & Midlands (formerly Vélo Birmingham) is returning on Sunday May 12th, bigger and better than before, with epic new 100 mile and 42 mile closed road routes.


  • Vélo Birmingham and Midlands


    Vélo Birmingham & Midlands (formerly Vélo Birmingham) is returning on Sunday May 12th, bigger and better than before, with epic new 100 mile and 42 mile closed road routes that will take 20,000 riders on an unforgettable journey through the West Midlands, including two major city centres!

     

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  • About the 100 mile route:


    Starting in the heart of Birmingham City Centre, our new and improved route will take riders through the heart of the 2021 Capital of CultureCoventry – where riders will cycle on the cobbled roads surrounding the historic Coventry Cathedral.

    In between these two epic city centre adventures, riders will enjoy riding through Solihull, Warwickshire, Dudley and Sandwell where they will encounter stunning countryside, panoramic views, picturesque villages and iconic climbs… not to mention the tens of thousands of local residents lining the streets to cheer the riders on!
  • About the 42 mile route:


    Starting in the heart of Birmingham city centre, the 42-mile route will weave its way through the beautiful West Midlands countryside on route to the heart of Coventrythe European City of Sport 2019 – where you will cross the finish line on University Square in the shadow of the historic Coventry Cathedral.