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After the successful launch of Club 39’s run and cycle clubs in June, Monaco’s newest sports club has confirmed the dates of the next events, both of which are open to non-members and free of charge.
“Our aim is to build a community of runners and cyclists in Monaco,” 39’s Sports Manager 39 Lucy Earlam told Monaco Life. “All non-members are welcome to come for a post-workout meal afterwards, which is payable à la carte.”
Join Paula Radcliffe on Wednesday, September 13, for a 5-km training with the 39 Run Club. The group starts at 6:30 pm from 39 blvd Princess Grace and there’s an option of a 10km.
A few days later, Saturday, September 16, 39 Cycle Club departs from the same location at 9:30 am.
For the last club ride, twenty cycling enthusiasts a trip to Ventimiglia and back. This time, professional cyclists Conor Dunne and Larry Warbasse from Aqua Blue Sport will lead the 39 Cycle Club on another intermediate ride. Again, non-members are welcome but reservations are required by email.
Thirty-nine members can use the club’s booking application to reserve their places.
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