Chiltern Fosse 200
207km cycling event starting from Aylesbury,Buckinghamshire, HP21 7QX. Controls at Twenty3c, Stony Stratford and Warwick Services Southbound M40, plus 5 information controls. Chiltern Line train station & cheap car parking near by. Mostly scenic B-roads Bucks, Oxon & Warwickshire. Includes one entirely straight Chiltern Hill & historic Fosse Way with rolling & flat sections throughout.
Entry includes hot tea and coffee in Walton Hall at start and simple food at finish. (Online entry is discounted to £8 and you do NOT need a PayPal account to use it.). Entry on the day is £15 (or £13 if you have the right money) regardless of AUK/CTC membership and only if spare cards are available. Proceeds to communities of South Sudan. Route sheet, GPX, etc., available by way of website link below. This is an event for experienced riders, capable of riding long distances in all conditions as weather can be inclement even in April, carrying all necessary food, clothing, spares, first aid, etc., suitable for such conditions.
- 207 km in 13h48
- Saturday 8th April 2017
- 08:00 to finish by 21:48
- Starting from:
- Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, HP21 7QX
- £10.00 ( £8.00 when paying via PayPal. )
- Closing date:
- Entries now closed.
U This is an updated event - these details have changed in some significant way, relative to previously published information
Change of Date, Start
- 06:26 BST
- 19:46 BST
- A G P X R T (100)
- Shoestring event few or no facilities or AUK controllers
- Parking free or reasonably priced, at start
- Accomodation free or reasonably priced, at or near start
- Toilets at the start
- Refreshments free or reasonably priced, at start and/or finish
- GPS files available from organiser
- Jocelyn Chappell
- Aylesbury CC
- Entries to:
- Jocelyn Chappell
(event closed - contact details removed)
- 15-30 kph
- Total Climb:
- Event No:
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