Kings, Castles, Priests & Churches.
202km cycling event starting from Tewkesbury. Controls at Bromyard, Ludlow, Kington and Allensmore Services, plus 2 information controls. A chance for cyclists to keep both their RRTY & AAARTY live on one ride. A quality winter route, taking-in parts of Shropshire, Herefordshire and Worcestershire. A wonderfully scenic route & good controls throughout.
The ride departs Tewkesbury and after an info at Ledbury stops at Bromyard for breakfast. The ride continues via quiet roads through Tenbury Well to Ludlow for a light lunch. The route then rolls onto Preisteigne (info) and Kington where there's a free control. After climbing out of Kington, the routes drops into the Wye valley and crosses the river at Bredwardine. Where the route follows quiet roads to the final control at Wormelow Tump. The route then crosses the Wye once more at Hoarwithy and follows desserted lanes back to Tewkesbury. Istant validation available for this event, so no need for brevet return SAE, if you use GPS - route/track files supplied. Routesheet also supplied electronicly (MS Xls) - so no need for route-return SAE. Or go completely electronic and use Paypal. Organiser will supply ride info to entrants.
- 202 km in 13h28
- Saturday 2nd December 2017
- 07:30 to finish by 20:58
- Starting from:
- £6.00 ( £7.00 when paying via PayPal. )
- Closing date:
- Entries now closed.
- 07:54 GMT
- 16:01 GMT
- f l p r t nm 100
- No Mudguards required
- Parking free or reasonably priced, at start
- Toilets at the start
- Left luggage secure(ish) at the start
- Refreshments free or reasonably priced, at start and/or finish
- Food some free food and/or drink provided on the ride
- Mark Rigby
- BlackSheep CC
- Entries to:
- Mark Rigby
(event closed - contact details removed)
- 15-25 kph
- Total Climb:
- 2300m [1600m for AAA]
- Event No:
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