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PRESTON PedalFest Sportive, 24 July 2016

 
Address:
Avenham Park
Preston
PR1 8JT
 
Date and Time:
Sunday 24th July 2016, 08:00-10:00am
 
The Distance:
There are 2 routes available:
Long Course - 63 Miles
Short Course - 37 Miles
 
How is the route marked?
Both the long and short route will be marked with fluorescent yellow 'CYCLE ROUTE' signs and road markings where applicable. It is advisable to study the route and carry a route card. Alternatively you can download the GPS files from the route map link.
 
What do I need to do before the day?
Ensure your bike is in a roadworthy condition for the route. Print a route card and description to bring with you.
 
Bring tools, spare inner tubes and some money, there is a small sweeper wagon but you need to ensure that you can get back if you should have any mechanical difficulties.
 
It is compulsory that you wear a hard shell cycling helmet (ANSI standard or similar).
 
What do I need to do on the day?
On the day the start times are between 08:00am and 10:00am, you should choose your own start time but a maximum of 20 riders are able to start every 2 minutes.
 
Slower riders should start early to account for the extra time required to complete the distance and faster riders should start towards the end of the field to avoid early arrival at feed stops. You will need to register when you arrive and registration will be open from 07:00am on the Park. At registration you will collect your timing chip and wristband as well as any other information necessary on the morning of the event.
 
Are there food stops?
There will be a stop situated in Abbeystead. This os for the long route only. The food stop offers a selection of refreshments, to include sandwiches, cakes and hot/cold drinks.
 
Post Ride Refreshments:
Food and drinks can be purchased on Avenham Park at the Riverside Café.
 
Parking:
There are numerous city centre car parks within a 5-10 minute walk. The train station is also only a 5 minute walk from the Park.
 
How old do I have to be?
Minimum age for the long course is 16 years of age.
Minimum age for the short course is 12 years of age.
 
How much to enter?
Long Course £25
Short Course £20
 
Included within your entry is: 
A well stocked food stop (Long Course Only)
Free event photographs
 
Other things you'll find useful for the day:
For the location of Avenham Park GO HERE
To view the long route card GO HERE [not yet available]
To view the short route card GO HERE [not yet available]
To view the long route map GO HERE
To view the short route map GO HERE
To view the event notes GO HERE [not yet available] 
 
 
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PRESTON PedalFest Cycle Sportive, 24th July 2016

 

 
What is the PRESTON PedalFest?
Preston PedalFest Cycle Sportive is a cycle ride which will take place from Avenham Park, Preston on Sunday 24th July 2016.
 
There are two routes available and both start from the beautiful Avenham Park, Preston. The long route initially heads out of the park and over towards Mellor and then Whalley, taking in some of the beautiful Ribble Valley lanes and hills. From Whalley you will head out via Great Mitton & then Whitewell before arriving in Dunsop Bridge to tackle the infamous Trough climb. Having earned a food stop you will head down into Abbeystead for a half way feed.
 
Following the food stop the homeward leg skirts around the Forest of Bowland, along some quiet country lanes through Oakenclough and Inglewhite before heading through Broughton and Woodplumpton. From here you will meander your way back to Avenham Park via Preston Docks where you can relax and take in all that Avenham Park has to offer.
 
The short route will follow the same course as the long route until you fork off at Wilpshire via Longridge and over to Inglewhite where it will rejoin the long route back to Preston.
 
The route is undulating, the roads are quiet and the scenery is breathtakingly beautiful. Full refreshments are available at the half way stop (long route only) and Avenham Park will be the host of lots of other activities during the day as well as the Riverside Cafe selling food and drinks once you finish your ride.
 
The long course is 63 miles and the short course is 37 miles.
 
Address:
Avenham Park
Preston
PR1 8JT
 
Date and Time:
Sunday 24th July 2016, 08:00-10:00am
 
How is the route marked?
Both routes will be marked with fluorescent yellow 'CYCLE ROUTE' signs and road markings where applicable. It is advisable to study the route and carry a route card. Alternatively you can download the GPS file from the route map link.
 
What do I need to do before the day?
Ensure your bike is in a roadworthy condition for the route, brakes particularly important on the descents! Print a route card and description to bring with you. The route is well marked but this will act as back up and also has the emergency contact numbers on it.
 
Bring tools, spare inner tubes and some money, there is a small sweeper wagon but you need to ensure that you can get back if you should have any mechanical difficulties.
 
It is compulsory hat you wear a hard shell cycling helmet (ANSI standard or similar).
 
What do I need to do on the day?:
On the day the start times are between 08:00am and 10:00am, you should choose your own start time but a maximum of 20 riders are able to start every 2 minutes.
 
Slower riders should start early to account for the extra time required to complete the distance and faster riders should start towards the end of the field to avoid early arrival at feed stops. Finish times can range from 3-7 hours, so please start accordingly. You will need to register when you arrive and registration will be open from 07:00am on Avenham Park.
 
At registration you will collect your timing chip and wristband as well as any other information necessary on the morning of the event.
 
The Finish:
Once you have finished the ride a marshal will remove the timing chip from your forks.
 
Are there food stops?
There will be a stop situated in Abbeystead. This is the long route only. The food stop offers a selection of refreshments, to include sandwiches, cakes and hot/cold drinks.
 
Post Ride Refreshments:
Food and drinks can be purchased on Avenham Park at the Riverside Café.
 
Parking:
There are numerous city centre car parks within a 5-10 minute walk. The train station is also only a 5 minute walk from the Park.
 
Toilets:
Portable toilets will be available on the park at the start/finish point.
 
How old do I have to be?
Minimum age for the Long Route is 16 years of age.
Minimum age for the Short Route is 12 years of age.
 
Strava:
Along the course there will be an opportunity to win fantastic prizes on our Strava segments. To be eligible for the Strava Challenge you will need to be a member of our Epic Events Strava Club. You can join the club by CLICKING HERE. Once you are a member, to enter the Strava Challenge you need to upload your bike onto Strava following the event and the winners will be selected randomly. You will have to be quick as the winners will be selected on the Tuesday at noon following the event.
 
How much to enter?
Entry for the PRESTON PedalFest Cycle Sportive Long Course is £25.
Entry for the PRESTON PedalFest Cycle Sportive Short Course is £20.
 
Entry is only available online by following the link below. You will be sent a confirmation via email coupled with appearance of your name on the entry list. Entries will close at 12 noon on Thursday 21st July or when the event is full. There are no late entries and no entries on the day.
 
Included within your entry is: 
A well stocked food stop (long route)
Free event photographs
 
Other things you'll find useful for the day:
For the location of Avenham Park GO HERE
To view the long route card GO HERE [not yet available]
To view the short route card GO HERE [not yet available]
To view the long route map GO HERE
To view the short route map GO HERE
To view the event notes GO HERE [not yet available] 
 
 
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Ride for Michael Bonney Cycle Sportive October 2016

CLICK HERE TO ENTER THE 'RIDE FOR MICHAEL BONNEY' [Not Yet Available]
 

Who's Michael Bonney?

On March 3rd 2013, while taking part in his local Eden Valley sportive, Michael Bonney fell off his bike, just like we all do. Only this time, instead of jumping up and laughing it off, Michael suffered a life changing injury. Attended to by doctors at the scene of the accident, he was then flown by air ambulance to a specialist unit where he was diagnosed with a severed spinal cord at the C3 vertebrae. The result is that Michael is now tetraplegic - paralysed from the neck down, requiring a ventilator to breath. To all who know him personally or professionally, even to those who just know him by reputation, the news of his accident was devastating.

There is however, a glimmer of good news! Michael is a man with more determination and ‘gusto’ than most. In the weeks following his accident he has progressed considerably faster than any of the medical staff would have predicted. Each goal he achieves is the starting point to his next target. We want to spread the word through the 'Ride for Michael Bonney' campaign - we have big plans and we want people to get out on their bikes for all kinds or reasons, not just for Michael.

How is the route marked?

The route will be marked with large fluorescent 'CYCLE ROUTE' signs and where deemed necessary road markings will be used. It is advisable to study the route and carry a route card, alternatively you can download the GPS file from the route map link.

Are there food stops?

There is no food stop on the short course.

There is a fully stocked food stop at Appleby Town Hall on the long course.


What do I need to do before the day?

Ensure you bike is in a roadworthy condition for the route, brakes are particularly important on the descents! Print a route card and description to bring with you, the route is well marked but this will act as a back up and also has the emergency contact numbers. Bring tools, spares and some money, there is a sweeper wagon but you need to ensure that you can get back if you should have mechanical difficulties. It is compulsory that you wear a hard shell cycling helmet (ANSI standard or similar).

How old do I have to be?

Minimum age for the long route is 16 years of age and for the short route 12 years of age. Those completing the shorter route who are under the age of 16, should be accompanied by an adult throughout the course.


What do I need to do on the day?


On the day the start times are between 8.30am and 10.00am, you choose your own start time but a maximum of 20 riders are able to start every 2 minutes. Slower riders should start early to account for the extra time required to complete the distance and faster riders should start towards the end of the field to avoid early arrival at feedstops. Times range from 3 hours to 7 hours, so please start accordingly. You will need to register when you arrive and registration will be open from 7.00am in the Penrith Leisure Centre. At registration you will collect your event number and any other information necessary on the morning of the event.


Entry Fee


£25 Long Course

£20 Short Course

 

CLICK HERE TO ENTER THE 'RIDE FOR MICHAEL BONNEY' [Not Yet Available]

CLICK HERE TO SEE WHO'S ALREADY ENTERED [Not Yet Available]

CLICK HERE TO CHANGE YOUR ENTRY DETAILS [Not Yet Available]

 

Other things you'll find useful for the day:

For the location of Penrith Leisure Centre GO HERE

To view the route card for the long route GO HERE
To view the route card for the short route GO HERE

To view the route map for the long course
GO HERE
To view the route map for the short course GO HERE
To view the event notes GO HERE [Not Yet Available] 
 
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Le Tour de Bolton Cycle Sportive' 25th September 2016

CLICK HERE TO ENTER LE TOUR DE BOLTON

Address:
Smithills School,
Dean Road,
Bolton,
BL1 6JS
 
Date and Time:
Sunday September 25th 2016
 
08:00am-09:30am
 
Route Options:
There are 2 route options:
1. Le Petit Cours (35 miles)  
2. Le Grande Cours (60 miles)
 
How is the route marked?
The route will be marked with large fluorescent 'CYCLE ROUTE' signs and where deemed necessary road markings will be used. It is advisable to study the route and carry a route card, alternatively you can download the GPS file from the route map link. The Le Grande Cours includes the infamous climb of 'The Rake' and takes in the sights of Crown Point. From here the route returns via Darwen and Chorley to tackle the climbs of Anglezarke and Sheep House Lane. The Le Petit Cours takes a more direct route to cut out earlier climbs, but there's no avoiding Anglezarke and Sheep House!
 
What do I need to do before the day?
Ensure you bike is in a roadworthy condition for the route, brakes are particularly important on the descents! Print the route card and description to bring with you. The route is well marked but this will act as a backup should a sign mysteriously disappear. It also has the emergency contact numbers for the race organisers and first aid. Bring basic bike tools, inner tube spares and some money, there is a sweeper van but you need to ensure that you can get back if you should have mechanical difficulties or become too tired to continue. It is compulsory that you wear a hard shell cycling helmet (ANSI standard or similar).
 
What do I need to do on the day?
On the day, the start times are between 8.00am and 09.30am, you choose your own start time but a maximum of 20 riders are able to start every 2 minutes.Slower riders should start early to account for the extra time required to complete the distance and faster riders should start towards the end of the field to avoid early arrival at feed stops. Times range from 3 hours to 7 hours, so please start accordingly. You will need to register when you arrive. Registration will be open from 7.00am at Smithills School. At registration you will collect your timing chip and food stop wristband as well as any other information necessary on the morning of the event.
 
Are there Food Stops?
There are no food stops on the Le Petit Cours.
There is a fully stock food stop on the Le Grande Cours.
 
Refreshments:
Food and drink will be available at the finish for all riders.
 
What is the minimum age to participate:
To ride the 'Le Grande Cours' you must be 16 years old or over on the day of the event. To ride the 'Le Petit Cours' you must be 12 years old or over on the day of the event. Anyone riding the short route who is under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
 
How much to enter?
£20 - Le Petit Cous
£25 - Le Grande Cours
 
Included within your entry fee is:
A well stocked food stop (Le Grande Cours)
Hot food at the finish
Free event photographs
Fully signed course
 
 

Other things you'll find useful for the day:

For the location of Smithills School GO HERE

To view the short route Card GO HERE

To view the Le Grande Cours Card GO HERE
To view the Le Petit Cours map
 GO HERE

To view the Le Grande Cours map GO HERE
To view the event notes GO HERE

 

 

 

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The Lakeland Loop Cycle Sportive Sunday April 2017

 

Click here to enter the Lakeland Loop

 
Address:
New Dungeon Ghyll Hotel,
Great Langdale
Cumbria
LA22 9JX
 
Date and Time:
April 2017
08:00am until 09:30am
 
How is the route marked?
The route will be marked with fluorescent yellow ‘CYCLE ROUTE’ signs and road warning signs where applicable. It is advisable to study the route, alternatively you can download the GPS file from the route map link. 
 
What do I need to do before the day?
Ensure you bike is in a roadworthy condition for the route, brakes are particularly important on the descents! Print the route card and description to bring with you, the route is well marked but this will act as a back up and also has the emergency contact numbers for the day on it. Bring bike tools, spare inner tubes and some money, there is a small sweeper van following the last riders, but you need to ensure that you can get back if you should have mechanical difficulties. It is compulsory that you wear a hard shell cycling helmet (ANSI standard or similar).
 
What do I need to do on the day?
You will need to register when you arrive and registration will be open from 7am at the New Dungeon Ghyll Hotel. At registration you will collect your food stop wristband and timing chip. On the day the start times are between 8am and 09:30am, you choose your own start time but a maximum of 20 riders are able to start every 2 minutes. The start has to be controlled in this manner for safety reason for both public and riders. Slower riders should start early to account for the extra time required to complete the distance and faster riders should start towards the end of the field to avoid early arrival at food stops. The finish is the same location as the start.
 
Food Stops:
There are two fully stocked food stops on the route serving hot and cold drinks, plus a variety of refreshments.
 
Minimum Age:
You must be 16 years old or over on the day of the event.
  
How much to enter?
£25
 
Included within your entry is:
2 well stocked food stops
Free event photographs
Free event parking
Fully signed course
 
 
Click here to enter the Lakeland Loop
Click here to see who's already entered
Click here and log in to change your entry details
 
Other things you'll find useful:
For the location of New Dungeon Ghyll GO HERE
To view the route Card GO HERE
To view the route map GO HERE
To view the event notes GO HERE
 

 

 

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Eden Valley Epic Cycle Sportive March 2017

Click here to enter the event
 

Address:
Penrith Leisure Centre
Southend Road
Penrith
CA11 8JH
 
Date and Time:
Sunday March 2017
08:00-10:30am
 
How is the route marked?
The route will be marked with fluorescent yellow 'CYCLE ROUTE' signs and road markings where applicable. It is advisable to study the route and carry a route card. Alternatively you can download the GPS file from the route map link.
 
What do I need to do before the day?
Ensure your bike is in a roadworthy condition for the route, brakes particularly important on the descents! Print a route card and description to bring with you. The route is well marked but this will act as back up and also has the emergency contact numbers on it.
 
Bring tools, spare inner tubes and some money, there is a small sweeper wagon but you need to ensure that you can get back if you should have any mechanical difficulties.
 
It is compulsory hat you wear a hard shell cycling helmet (ANSI standard or similar).
 
What do I need to do on the day?:
On the day the start times are between 08:00am and 10:30am, you should choose your own start time but a maximum of 20 riders are able to start every 2 minutes.
 
Slower riders should start early to account for the extra time required to complete the distance and faster riders should start towards he end of the field to avoid early arrival at feed stops. Finish times can range from 3-7 hours, so please start accordingly. You will need to register when you arrive and registration will be open from 07:00am at the leisure centre.
 
At registration you will collect your timing chip and wristband as well as any other information necessary on the morning of the event.
 
Are there food stops?
There will be a fully stocked food stop at Appleby Town Hall.
 
Post Ride Refreshments:
Food and drinks are available for all riders inside the leisure centre at the finish. This is included in your entry fee.
 
How old do I have to be?
Minimum age for the event is 16 year of age.
 
How much to enter?
£25
 
Included within your entry is: 
A well stocked food stop
A hot finishers meal
Free event photographs
Full signed course
  
Click here to enter the event  
Click here to see who's already entered
Click here and log in to change your entry details
 
Other things you'll find useful for the day:
For the location of Penrith Leisure Centre GO HERE
To view the route card GO HERE
To view the route map GO HERE
To view the event notes GO HERE
 
 
 
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The Cumbrian Cracker Cycle Sportive 20 November 2016

Click here to enter the Cumbrian Cracker
 

Date and Time:
Sunday 20 November 2016
07:30am - 10:30am
 
Address:
Grasmere Village Hall
Broadgate
Grasmere
Ambleside
LA22 9TA
 
 
How is the route marked?
The route will be marked with large fluorescent 'CYCLE ROUTE' signs and where deemed necessary road markings will be used. It is advisable to study the route and carry a route card, alternatively you can download the GPS file from the route map link.
 
What do I need to do before the day?
Ensure you bike is in a roadworthy condition for the route, brakes are particularly important on the descents!
 
Print a route card and description to bring with you. The route is well marked but this will act as a back up and also has the emergency contact numbers on it.
 
Bring tools, spare inner tubes and some money, there is no sweeper wagon so you need to ensure that you can get back if you should have mechanical difficulties. I
 
t is compulsory that you wear a hard shell cycling helmet (ANSI standard or similar).

What do I need to do on the day?
On the day the start times are between 7.30am and 10.30am, you choose your own start time but a maximum of 20 riders are able to start every 2 minutes.
 
Slower riders should start early to account for the extra time required to complete the distance and faster riders should start towards the end of the field to avoid early arrival at feedstops.
 
Times range from 3 hours to 7 hours, so please start accordingly. You will need to register when you arrive and registration will be open from 7.00am in the village hall.
 
At registration you will collect your timing chip and any other information necessary on the morning of the event.
 
Food Stops:
There will be a fully stocked food stop at Cartmel Scout Hut.
 
Refreshments:
Free hot meal finishers meal for all riders.
 
How old do I have to be?
Minimum age for the event is 16 years of age.
 
How much to enter?
£25
 
Included within your entry fee is:
 
A well stocked food stop
Hot food at the finish
Free event photographs
Fully Signed Course
 

Click here to enter the Cumbrian Cracker
Click here to see who's already entered
Click here and log in to change your entry details

 

Other things you'll find useful for the day:

For the location of Grasmere Village Hall GO HERE

To view the route Card GO HERE
To view the route map GO HERE
To view the event notes 
GO HERE
To view the parking instructions GO HERE

 
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Le Tour De Bolton 25th September 2016

 

What is the event?
The 2016 Le Tour De Bolton Cycle Sportive is a cycle ride that takes place from Smithills School, Bolton and promises to be a grand day out in Lancashire.  
  
Address:
Smithills School,
Dean Road,
Bolton,
BL1 6JS
 
Date and Time:
Sunday September 25th 2016 - 08:00am-09:30am
 
Route Options:
There are 2 route options and distances on the day (please note that cycle helmets are compulsory for either route):
1. Le Petit Cours (35 miles)  
2. Le Grande Cours (60 miles)
 
How is the route marked?
The route will be marked with fluorescent yellow ‘CYCLE ROUTE’ signs and road warning signs where applicable. It is advisable to study the route, alternatively you can download the GPS file from the route map link. 
 
What do I need to do before the day?
Ensure you bike is in a roadworthy condition for the route, brakes are particularly important on the descents! Print the route card and description to bring with you. The route is well marked but this will act as a backup should a sign mysteriously disappear. It also has the emergency contact numbers for the race organisers and first aid. Bring basic bike tools, inner tube spares and some money, there is a sweeper van but you need to ensure that you can get back if you should have mechanical difficulties or become too tired to continue. It is compulsory that you wear a hard shell cycling helmet (ANSI standard or similar).
 
What do I need to do on the day?
On the day, the start times are between 8.00am and 09.30am, you choose your own start time but a maximum of 20 riders are able to start every 2 minutes. Slower riders should start early to account for the extra time required to complete the distance and faster riders should start towards the end of the field to avoid early arrival at feed stops. Times range from 3 hours to 7 hours, so please start accordingly. You will need to register when you arrive. Registration will be open from 7.00am at Smithills School. At registration you will collect your timing chip and food stop wristband as well as any other information necessary on the morning of the event.
 
The Finish:
Once you have finished the ride a marshal will remove the timing chip from your forks.
 
Refreshments:
Food and drink will be available at the finish for all riders.
 
Are there Food Stops?
There are no food stops on the short route so please carry provisions. There will be a food stop on the Le Grande Cours with a selection of refreshments, hot and cold drinks. For a more accurate description of the food stop location view the route card below. There will also be a free meal at the finish for all riders.
 
Parking:
There is free event parking at the School and on the roadside.
 
Toilets:
Toilets will be available at the registration point.
 
What is the minimum age to participate:
To ride the 'Le Grande Cours' you must be 16 years old or over on the day of the event. To ride the 'Le Petit Cours' you must be 12 years old or over on the day of the event.  Anyone riding the short route who is under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
 
Strava 
Along the course there will be an opportunity to win fantastic prizes on our Strava segments. To be eligible for the Strava Challenge you will need to be a member of our Epic Events Strava Club. You can join the club by CLICKING HERE.  Once you are a member, to enter the Strava Challenge you need to upload your bike ride onto Strava following the event. The winners will be selected randomly. You will have to be quick as the winners will be selected on the Tuesday following the event. 
 
How much to enter?
Entry for the Le Petit Cours is £20
Entry for the Le Grande Cours is £25.
 
Entry is only available online by following the link below. You will be sent a confirmation via email coupled with the appearance of your name on the entry list. Entries will close at 12 noon on Thursday 22nd September 2016 or when the event is full. There are no late or on the day entries. 
 
Included within your entry fee is:
A well stocked food stop (Le Grande Cours)
Hot food at the finish
Free event photographs
 
 

Other things you'll find useful for the day:

For the location of Smithills School GO HERE

To view the short route Card GO HERE

To view the Le Grande Cours Card GO HERE
To view the Le Petit Cours map
 GO HERE

To view the Le Grande Cours map GO HERE
To view the event notes GO HERE

 

 

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The 'Ride for Michael Bonney Cycle Sportive' October 2016

 

What is the Ride for Michael Bonney Sportive

The Ride for Michael Bonney Cycle Sportive is a cycle ride that takes place place from Penrith Leisure Centre. All proceeds from this event will be donated to the Michael Bonney fund and Epic Kidz charity, supporting volunteer groups throughout the North West.

 

Who's Michael Bonney?

On March 3rd 2013, while taking part in his local Eden Valley sportive, Michael Bonney fell off his bike, just like we all do. Only this time, instead of jumping up and laughing it off, Michael suffered a life changing injury. Attended to by doctors at the scene of the accident, he was then flown by air ambulance to a specialist unit where he was diagnosed with a severed spinal cord at the C3 vertebrae. The result is that Michael is now tetraplegic - paralysed from the neck down, requiring a ventilator to breath. To all who know him personally or professionally, even to those who just know him by reputation, the news of his accident was devastating.

There is however, a glimmer of good news! Michael is a man with more determination and ‘gusto’ than most. In the weeks following his accident he has progressed considerably faster than any of the medical staff would have predicted. Each goal he achieves is the starting point to his next target. We want to spread the word through the 'Ride for Michael Bonney' campaign - we have big plans and we want people to get out on their bikes for all kinds or reasons, not just for Michael.

 

How is the route marked?

The route will be marked with large fluorescent 'CYCLE ROUTE' signs and where deemed necessary road markings will be used. It is advisable to study the route and carry a route card, alternatively you can download the GPS file from the route map link.

 

Are there food stops?


There will be a food stop with a selection of refreshments, hot and cold drinks. For a more accurate description of the food stop location view the route card below.


What do I need to do before the day?


Ensure you bike is in a roadworthy condition for the route, brakes are particularly important on the descents! Print a route card and description to bring with you, the route is well marked but this will act as a back up and also has the emergency contact numbers. Bring tools, spares and some money, there is a sweeper wagon but you need to ensure that you can get back if you should have mechanical difficulties. It is compulsory that you wear a hard shell cycling helmet (ANSI standard or similar).

 

How old do I have to be?

 

Minimum age for the long route is 16 years of age. 


What do I need to do on the day?


On the day the start times are between 8.30am and 10.00am, you choose your own start time but a maximum of 20 riders are able to start every 2 minutes. Slower riders should start early to account for the extra time required to complete the distance and faster riders should start towards the end of the field to avoid early arrival at feedstops. Times range from 3 hours to 7 hours, so please start accordingly. You will need to register when you arrive and registration will be open from 7.00am in the Penrith Leisure Centre. At registration you will collect your event number and any other information necessary on the morning of the event.


How will my entry be confirmed?


Entry for the event is £25. Entry is only available online by following the link below. You will be sent a confirmation via email coupled with appearance of your name on the entry list. If you are able to enter online, places are still available, the ability to enter will be removed when the event is full.

 

CLICK HERE TO ENTER THE 'RIDE FOR MICHAEL BONNEY' [Not Yet Available]

CLICK HERE TO SEE WHO'S ALREADY ENTERED [Not Yet Available]

CLICK HERE TO CHANGE YOUR ENTRY DETAILS [Not Yet Available]

 

Other things you'll find useful for the day:

For the location of Penrith Leisure Centre GO HERE

To view the route card for the long route GO HERE
To view the route card for the short route GO HERE

To view the route map for the long course
GO HERE
To view the route map for the short course GO HERE
To view the event notes GO HERE [Not Yet Available] 
 
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