Fancy doing the Birmingham to Oxford bike ride and raising money for Birmingham Friends of the Earth and the West Midlands Air Ambulance?

77 miles

Starting between 7.15am and 9.00am at a time to suit you

“No better way to see the Oxfordshire Cotswolds than by bike!
A fantastic route from the vale of the River Avon up across the open hills of the Cotswolds ­ varied cycling with sweeping views, hidden valleys with shaded lanes, woods, stone walls and wildflowers. The road is rolling, so the hills are rewarded with a freewheel afterwards. Old inns in beautiful villages offer welcome opportunities to take a well­earned break before arriving to refreshments, music and a beer tent at the finish in Oxford.”

“The routes follow quiet back roads wherever possible and occasionally cycle paths. The way is signed with day­glo yellow signs featuring a bike and arrow
to show the direction. Refreshment stops and warnings (e.g. steep hills and road junctions) are also

Email: for more information or call 0121 632 6909 and press option 4.