BEVA President's Challenge Cycle Sportive
Sunday June 3rd 2018 - 91Mile | 66Mile | 30Mile
The BEVA (British Equine Veterinary Association) President Jonathan Pycock, a Yorkshireman and accomplished sportivist has laid down a challenge route to suit all abilities over the same roads used by the famous Ron Kitching ride from years past.
All routes start and finish at York Racecourse following the classic route. The Medium and Long route head up on to the Yorkshire Moors, with the long ride also including the infamous Rosedale Chimney.
We will offer a ride for all abilities, with a total of 3 distances and a family ride on the Saturday June 2nd afternoon, prior to the opening of registration.
Entries on line and on the day for a £5 premium.
Registration open on Saturday 2nd June 14.00 -17.00—Sunday 3rd June 07.00-10.00
Free CAR PARKIING available
Start and Finish Start and Finish York Racecourse
Long route “Gallop” (long ride) £30, 91miles, 1651 m climbing
Medium Route “Canter” (medium ride) £25, 66miles, 832m climbing
Short Route “Trot” (short ride) £20. 30miles, 348m climbing
All routes fully signed (both directional and safety)
GPX Files available for download from May 30th
Mechanical support at start and en route.
MediBike First Aid Assistance
2 Feed Stations for food and drink on Gallop ride at Fadmoor 28miles and Marton at 61miles.
1 Feed Station for food and drink on Canter ride at Fadmoor 28miles.
Feed stop timings available in May.
Broom Wagon for assistance
Final information Regular newsletters. Final information Thursday 31st May with details also available on the website.
Please note that whilst this event is being organised by the British Equine Veterinary Association in conjunction with Wheels in Wheels the ride is open to everyone.
Further information please contact bookings [at] wheelsinwheels.com
I think Microshift are probably the biggest threat to Shimano....
Interesting, thanks for that information....
Odd tweet from Cycling UK-Cymru....
Agreed on fixed being better for climbing - IF you're still within your gear. When you ride fixed, you'll get used to quite wide a range of cadence...
A beauty. It almost looks as good as my Raleigh Banana.
Yeah - I just think of Boyle's when gas laws come up
Sennen Cove car park operator branded 'a scam' after holidaymaker fined despite buying ticket...
Heresy! Boris would never lie to anyone. Ever.
It's almost like privatising the railroads makes as much sense as trying to privatise the roads, or emergency services..