with support from Richardsons Cycle group.
Postponed to Sunday 10th Oct - NEW ROUTE - 109Mile | 72Mile | 23Mile
Start/Finish: St Ives, Cambridgeshire
This event is normally the season opener for many riders and gives everyone the opportunity to get that magic 100 in without the pressure of a Classic Sportive.
Starting and finishing in St Ives, Cambridgeshire, the route mainly on quiet roads is without the mammoth climbs of other events, ideal to get your season underway after the pandemic.
However, do not be fooled as the distance and sometimes the wind will offer a good challenge for the 100milers. If you just easing into your return to sportives the 72-mile medium ride with be a good enough test for fresh legs.
HQ and registration will be held at the IVO centre where free tea and coffee will be available before and after the ride.
The Come and Try 23 miler will have chaperones to help the newcomers find their feet in the world of sportives.
We plan to have mechanical support from Richardsons Cycles with FREE bike checks for all entrants from the beginning of September 2021 and back up on the day.
Each feed point will have opening and closing times posted at Registration based on a 9mph average
On your return to the finish, you will receive a medal and a snack.
Final information will be emailed out 2 days before the start and put on line
Online entries available until midnight 7th October. Long route £35, Medium Route £30 and Short route £20.
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 at the St Ivo Centre PE27 6WU
New long ride starts at 08.00am to 08.30am
Medium route starts at 08.30am to 09.30am
Short route starts at 10.00am to 10.30am
Downloadable finishers certificate available after results are released online
Fully arrowed route with advance warning signs
GPX files available for download
Free mechanical assistance en route
Well stocked feed points.
NEW! Ride chaperones and ride leaders available to newcomers on the short route. Please sign up for these online or at registration.
PLEASE NOTE THAT SOME OF THE EVENT INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION PROCESSES MAY CHANGE IN ACCORDANCE WITH RELEVANT SOCIAL DISTANCING GUIDELINES AT THE TIME OF THE EVENT. FINAL DETAILS AND INSTRUCTIONS WILL BE PUBLISHED AS USUAL A FEW DAYS BEFORE THE EVENT.
Further information please contact bookings [at] wheelsinwheels.com
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