Cyclists will attempt 205-mile charity ride

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TWELVE amateur cyclists are riding 205 miles in a day across the South Downs National Park.

The group will set off from Petersfield Market Square this Sunday to raise funds for The Association For Glycogen Storage Disease.

The route will take the team from Petersfield to Winchester, towards Portsmouth and Chichester, Brighton and a climb to Beachy Head and back to Petersfield.

n Rob Atkins, The News deputy sports editor, has been training hard for the ride and written an online blog at bit.ly/1ouNxiz. Donate at uk.virginmoneygiving.com/AllanMuir.