Bath 100

Cool40 miles
Classic61 miles
Champion100 miles

Three great routes on this early season ride.The Bath 100 charity cycling sportive kicks off our RIDE100 series with a fabulous new venue and new routes. You can expect some challenging terrain on this bike ride as you cycle to raise funds to help sick babies and children. Three route options take you on a journey through the quiet lanes of Somerset and Wiltshire where the undulations will have you in and out of the saddle like a yo-yo!

This early season ride offers a 40 mile Cool route that is ideal if you’re new to cycling or haven’t had time to train. Our Classic 61 mile route is more challenging and the 100 mile Champion route is ideal for experienced Sportive riders.

Expect a great day in the saddle with the Action Medical Research team on this cycling event with first class support throughout the day.


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Location: The Fry Club and Conference Centre, Keynsham, BS31 2AU

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What our supporters are tweeting

Action Med Res
Prof Bobby Gaspar: life-saving treatment for babies born with no immune systems @ICH_Education
Action Med Res - 24 July 2014 11:59am
Brewers embark on the midnight PLOD tomorrow night to raise money for @actionmedres!
Brewers - 24 July 2014 10:18am
Jen Squibbs
Saint Malo selfie! #amrl2p
Jen Squibbs - 24 July 2014 07:52am
Sunset, comfy seat, pizza and air con. Bring on Day 2 #amrl2p
PenyrheolYear9 - 23 July 2014 21:44pm
Action Med Res
4 VIP tickets for #Brighton & Hove Albion Amex. £10 charity raffle! #seagulls #bhafc
Action Med Res - 23 July 2014 20:27pm

Kylie's story

Primary ciliary dyskinesia (PCD)

For her first 18 months, Kylie was in and out of A&E with high temperatures, breathing problems and an ear infection. Eventually she was diagnosed with PCD, a debilitating, lifelong, inherited illness.