RICHARDSONS RUMBLE COME AND TRY SPORTIVE.
Sunday 27th September 2020 - 108Mile | 69Mile | 22Mile
PLUS, NEW FAMILY RIDE 6 MILE around the St Ives cycle paths starting and finishing at the Zest Café at the IVO.
Start/Finish: St Ives, Cambridgeshire
The Rumble has long been billed as a Come and Try event in recent years, and with the revised date we are planning to extend the event to include all the new riders and families who have taken to cycling during these unprecedented times.
This event has been the season opener for experienced riders to get the magic 100mile or 100kms ride under their belts, without the pressure of a classic timed sportive, the pandemic has changed everything.
We will introduce a bike friendly, new short route plus a family ride around St Ives on cycle paths.
Check out the routes before entering to ensure you get the right ride for you or contact us to discuss what we can do to help and offer.
We plan to have mechanical support from Richardson’s Cycles with free bike checks for all entrants from September 1st and back up on the day. We will also have experienced chaperones/ride leaders for the short and family rides to help everyone around safely.
All proceeds from the short and Family ride will go to the St Ives Mayors charity.
HQ and registration will be held at the IVO centre and Zest Café where free tea and coffee will be available before and after the ride.
There will be feed stops on the 3 longer rides and these riders will receive a food token for beans or cheese on toast on their return.
Final information will be emailed out 2 days before the start and put on line
Online entries available until midnight 25th September. Long Route £35, Medium £30 and Short £22.
Family Ride £12 per Family 2adult, children free up to 4 children per adult.
Registration at St Ivo Sports Centre, Westwood Road, PE27 6WU
Free CAR PARKING at St Ivo Centre and East Street public car park
Start and Finish Start at Richardson Cycles in the Broadway PE27 5BX and finish at the St IVO Centre PE27 6WU.
New long ride starts at 08.00am to 09.00am
Medium route starts at 08.30am to 09.30am
Short Route starts at 09.30am to 10.00am
Family ride Starts at 10.30am to 11.30am
Fully arrowed route with advance warning signs
GPX files available for download
Free mechanical assistance en route
Well stocked feed points. Med and long Routes
NEW ! Ride chaperones and ride leaders available to newcomers to sportives and on the family ride. Please sign up for these on line or at registration
Broom Wagon for assistance
After ride snack included at the Zest Café for the Long, Medium, and Short route riders.
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