A charity partner of the Tim Bacon Foundation, Asahi UK Ltd, have ten places available at the Eroica Britannia vintage bike festival for keen bike riders to enjoy and raise money for the Foundation. Peroni Nastro Azzurro (part of Asahi UK Ltd) are a partner sponsor of L’Eroica Britannia which takes place Friday 16th June – Sunday 18th June at Friden which is located just off of the A515 close by to Newhaven, Biggin and Hartington. The site is in the heart of the Peak District situated in between
Buxton, Matlock and Bakewell.
L’Eroica, which translates as ‘the heroes’ started in 1997 in Tuscany, Italy because of one man, Giancarlo Brocci, who admired the values of a past cycling so much that he wanted to reconnect others to the heritage that inspired much Italian history, literature, culture, and music. L’Eroica also created a foundation for the protection and preservation of the last gravel roads in Tuscany. These romantic concepts led to the idea of L’Eroica, an event that initially saw 92 “hunters of feelings and emotions”, as the creator Giancarlo Brocci defines them. 20 years later with many thousands of riders from all over the world taking part in almost every continent, its authenticity remains as strong as ever.
What is available:
- 10 riding spaces available to ride for charity (Rider to choose their own distance from a choice of 25, 55 or 100 mile routes).
- Full weekend festival and camping tickets for tent or motorhome.
- Every rider will also receive a full weekend festival and camping guest ticket.
- Pre 1987 bike hire.
If this would be something you would like to take part in please contact Craig Nelson (email@example.com), each rider must raise a minimum of £500 for the Tim Bacon Foundation to participate.