Tour de France correspondent comes to Lancaster to talk bikes

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ITV’s Tour de France correspondent Ned Boulting will be offering Lancaster audiences an insight into the world of professional cycling.

Ned will be bringing his one-man Bikeology show to the Lancaster Grand Theatre on Tuesday November 8 at 7.30pm.

The sports journalist has witnessed the popularity and profile of cycling ascend dramatically into the nation’s consciousness.

Following a decade of Olympic track and Grand Tour road cycling triumphs for British riders, Bikeology harnesses the national interest in these now-household names, and celebrates the huge rise in the British public’s participation at all levels of cycling.

Ned is also there to answer any questions, embroidered with over a decade’s worth of very personal accounts from the frontline of cycling.

Ned said: “Throughout the years that I’ve been reporting on cycling, I’ve seen how the humble bicycle puts human behaviour under a microscope. I’ve seen delight, despair and doping, as well as infinite variations of falling off your bike – something for everyone!

“The wonderful thing about cycling is the direct link between a Tour de France win and a trip to the shops. It’s an everyday glory!”

Tickets cost £20 and are available on 01524 64695 or by visiting www.lancastergrand.co.uk/shows.