Barry's Jaeger Bomb

305km cycling event starting from Oldland Common, Bristol. Controls at Northleach, Amesbury and Barton St David, plus 4 information controls.

A 300km event for the Bristol area that takes riders up onto the Cotswolds down across Salisbury Plain along the Wylye Valley then back over the Mendips. Big old stones, beautiful roads and plenty of cake.

Barry's Jaeger Bomb returns for a second year with a new start/finish HQ and an improved route. You'll be launched from the Oldland Common Community Centre where bags can be left and toilets and refreshments will be available. The 1st Control is at the Cotswolds Discovery Centre Cafe in Northleach for your 2nd breakfast. 2nd control is a free option from Amesbury's cornucopia of food outlets. 3rd Control at the Barton Inn in Barton St David for a last energy top up for the final push for home. Finish control at Oldbury Common Community Centre with plenty of sweet and savoury food, free gratis for all finishers. WE CANNOT ACCEPT ANY ENTRIES ON THE DAY.

Distance:
305 km   in 20h20
Date:
Saturday 8th September 2018
Time:
06:30   to finish by + 02:50
Starting from:
Oldland Common, Bristol
Fee:
£9.00   ( £9.00 when paying via PayPal. )
Closing date:
6 Sep 2018

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Sunrises:
06:31 BST
Sunsets:
19:44 BST
Weather:
Metcheck
Start:
Shown on map below.
Start Map

Facilities:
P R G T L NM (100)
Organiser:
Marcus Mumford
Body:
Las Vegas Institute of Spor
Entries to:
Marcus Mumford
Upper Haselor Farm
Haselor Lane
Hinton-on-the-green
Evesham
Worcestershire
WR11 2QZ
Phone:
Speeds:
15-30 kph
ROA:
3000
AAA:
0
Total Climb:
3065m [2700m for AAA]
Event No:
18-769
Category:
BR
Email:


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Website:
audax.lvis.org.uk
Routesheet:
View & Download 769r.pdf updated 11.07.18
GPS:
Download 769g.zip updated 11.07.18
Route
See outline map below.
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