The Leicestershire & Rutland Masonic Cycling Association has been formed as part of the Tercentenary Celebrations taking place in 2017. The Tercentenary Centre Bike Ride is a Charity event aimed at all our keen cyclists in the Province and will be a 300 mile bike ride spread over four days starting on Thursday 8th June 2017 and ending on Sunday 11th June 2017. We will be visiting all Provincial Centres in Leicestershire and Rutland plus cycling to Freemasons’ Hall (United Grand Lodge of England) in London and the spot where the Grand Lodge was formed in 1717. The likely route is as follows:
Day 1, Leicester – Loughborough – Ashby – Coalville – Hinckley – Lutterworth, finishing in Northampton.
Day 2, Northampton to Freemasons' Hall, London.
Day 3, Freemasons' Hall, London – St. Paul's Cathedral – Northampton.
Day 4, Northampton – Market Harborough, Uppingham, Oakham, Melton Mowbray – Syston, finishing at Leicester.
Pictured above is Bro. Richard Barnett from Granite Lodge, along with W.Bro Simon Sharman of the Lodge of Welcome, out for a spot of training over the Bank Holiday.