Charity bike ride stops at St Albans restaurant

PUBLISHED: 16:33 02 August 2017 | UPDATED: 16:33 02 August 2017

The riders stop at Veer Dhara

The riders stop at Veer Dhara

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Cyclists on a huge charity bike ride made a stop at a St Albans restaurant for a breakfast buffet.

The charity bike ride.The charity bike ride.

Around 200 riders took part in the annual SACA charity bike ride, which has included a stop for refreshment at Veer Dhara in Hatfield Road since the restaurant opened in 2009.

This year money raised from the ride will be used to fund Helping Hands Projects in association with Well Child UK, for children and young adults living with serious illnesses.

The ride starts in Birmingham and proceeds through Coventry, Daventry and Bedfordshire before an overnight stay in Luton. In the morning the ride passes through St Albans before continuing on to Radlett, Elstree, Harrow and Southall in West London.

The buffet offers the riders tea, coffee, samosas and fried chips.

The riders in St Albans.The riders in St Albans.

Owner Darshit Hora said: “I feel immensely proud for being able to support SACA for the eighth year in a row.”

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