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Facts and History about Kop Hill Climb

[jwplayer mediaid="12884"] The Kop Hill Climb is a hillclimb in Princes Risborough, Buckinghamshire. The climb was originally established in 1910 but due to a minor accident involving a spectator on the public road that formed the hillclimb, the last competitive event was held on 28 March 1925. The RAC then banned

Buckinghamshire Bake-Off

The Beverley Glock Cookery School organised the inaugural Bucks Bake-Off raising £1079 for Sport Relief at The Potting Shed Askett. 118 entries made the day a massive success.

Rotary Around Thames in 80 Ways

Raising money for WheelPower with a number of Rotary Clubs in the Thames Valley area passing a baton between various modes of transport. Trying to raise cash to buy sport wheelchairs.

Kop Hill Climb 2012

Kop Hill is one of the oldest Hill Climbs in England, the first recorded races were in 1910. The last event was in 1925, as a result of a accident, the RAC decided to ban all motor sport on public roads. Revived recently raising money for charity.

Kop Hill Climb 2011

Kop Hill is one of the oldest Hill Climbs in England, the first recorded races were in 1910. The last event was in 1925, as a result of a accident, the RAC decided to ban all motor sport on public roads. Revived recently raising money for charity.

Be A Better Biker Campaign

Bucks County Council Casualty Reduction Team are urging anyone riding a motorcycle to take further training in an attempt to help prevent unnecessary tragedies on our roads.

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