Getting into gear for Blenheim cycle challenge

Andy Townsend, far left, of Kilimanjaro Live, with participants, left to right, brothers Rhys and Evan Clements,  and Jonny Gaymer

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THESE riders will join an expected 1,000 participants for a cycle day event at Blenheim Palace in support of Oxfam.

The Woodstock estate will throw open its gates on Sunday, August 17, to host the 2014 Blenheim Palace Sportive, organised by promotional firm Kilimanjaro Live.

Andy Townsend, of Kilimanjaro Live, said: “Our intention is to grow this into one of the key Sportive events in the UK cycling calendar.”

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