Chiltern Grit 200
200km cycling event starting from Aylesbury,Buckinghamshire, HP21 7QX. Controls at Caversham, Aylesbury, Chesham, Thame and Chesham, plus 3 information controls. Start location at Walton Hall, Walton Street, open from 7:15 AM for pre-ride coffee & breakfast. Easy access from A41 and Marylebone. Pay and display parking. Travelodge reasonable rates 5 min from Start.
Effectively two out and back routes, returning to the start/finish half way through, this is an event for experienced Randonneurs, capable of riding long distances in all conditions throughout the winter, carrying all necessary food, clothing, spares, first aid etc. suitable for such conditions. Taking in gritted roads in Berks, Bucks and Oxon the event is winter friendly and ideal for RRtY riders. Proof of passage has to be obtained by the entrant at main controls which are at commercial outlets. Route sheet, GPX, etc., available by way of bit.ly link below. (NB Online entry discounted and you do NOT need a paypal account to use it.) Entry on the day fee 10.00 GBP regardless of AUK/CTC membership and only if spare cards are available. All proceeds to Aylesbury Homeless Action Group by way of Holy Trinity church, Aylesbury.
- 200 km in 13h20
- Saturday 17th February 2018
- 08:00 to finish by 21:20
- Starting from:
- Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, HP21 7QX
- £10.00 ( )
- Closing date:
- Entries now closed.
- 07:17 GMT
- 17:19 GMT
- 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:
The following extra information has been provided by the event organiser:
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