In search of Olympic legacy

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BBC Three Counties Radio presenters Geoff Doyle and Luke Ashmead were in Buckingham and Winslow on Tuesday.

The pair were cycling the Olympic torch route through Beds, Bucks and Herts, stopping to find out about the Olympic legacy which has been established in different areas.

BBC Three Counties Radio charity cyclists. From the left, Luke Ashland, Caroline Vooght, Buckingham Women's Circle with daughter Emily and Geoff Doyle.'130709M-C233

BBC Three Counties Radio charity cyclists. From the left, Luke Ashland, Caroline Vooght, Buckingham Women's Circle with daughter Emily and Geoff Doyle.'130709M-C233

At Buckingham Athletic Football Club they met Caroline Voght, of Buckingham Women’s Circle, which runs the Buckingham 10km run. In Winslow they broadcast live from Jennie Wren’s Tea Rooms , a popular meeting point for cyclists.

BBC Three Counties Radio charity cyclists at Jenny Wren's Tea Room, Winslow. From the left, Rebecca Dengler, Transport for Bucks, Geoff Doyle, Katrina Davies,Jenny Wren's and Luke Ashmead.'130709M-E269

BBC Three Counties Radio charity cyclists at Jenny Wren's Tea Room, Winslow. From the left, Rebecca Dengler, Transport for Bucks, Geoff Doyle, Katrina Davies,Jenny Wren's and Luke Ashmead.'130709M-E269