PLACES are filling up fast for the 19th Liverpool-Chester-Liverpool Bike Ride.
Now in its 19th year, the event is expected to attract 3,000 riders and offers cyclists the rare opportunity to cycle through the Mersey Tunnel, which is usually closed to cyclists.
Riders have a choice of five routes to choose from. All riders will start in Liverpool, with the exception of the new Chester-Liverpool route, with the exclusive use of the Mersey Tunnel, before heading out into the Wirral countryside.
Those joining entrants on Sunday, July 8, include Olympic medallist and multiple world champion Craig Maclean.
For further information, visit www.liverpoolchesterliverpool.com. Online entry closes on July 4. Entries on the day will be accepted as long as the event has not reached capacity. Riders will be charged a £2 surcharge for entering on the day.