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POWER TO THE PEDAL

Ten thousand years of history, 220 miles, four counties, one cycle route — all hail the King Alfred’s Way, southern England’s new off-road cycling trail.

Named after the Anglo-Saxon ruler of the ancient kingdom of Wessex, the trail

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