Battle of Bradfield | Dark & White Cycling
Tackle the roads and hill climbs in the Bradfield/Stannington/Sheffield area as principally used on the 2014 Tour de France. This is a tough/challenging short sportive with ride options of 63km and 33km with approx 1700m and 700m of ascent respectively. The long route includes the climbs of Oughtibridge, Midehopstones, Bradfield and Strines; the shorter route is primarily in the Bradfield area.
On each route expect:
- A clearly signed/arrowed route
- A feed-station providing juice, water, gels/bars and fruit
- En-route climb information boards
- Colour route map including emergency numbers
- SPORTident chip timing for an instant post-event time
- Refreshments at the finish
- Event Photographer Chris Meads
- Finishing Certificate
- Gold, silver and bronze awards based on your finishing time. Separate women award times
Registration opens at 7.30am - set off riding at any time between 8.00 and 9.30am.
Click here for the Battle of Bradfield Road Book – includes a full in-depth preview of the route and all the climbs
Long route: 63km includes Tour de France Cat climbs of Oughtibridge, Midhopestones and Bradfield
Short route: 33km
Entry Long £20 Short £15
Online Entry Here
(On the day entry is subject to availability and costs an additional £3 per entry.)
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